These are a few more images from October, the first two from our yard and the last three from a visit to Doug's brother, Dennis, in Michigan.
The leaves pictured above were caught in one of those long webs that stream through the air in the fall, seemingly attached to nothing except your face when you walk into one. The leaves looked like a small kite, floating to and fro in the wind. Doug spotted them and suggested I get my camera. I'm glad he did.
Since I had the camera out anyway, I walked around the yard to see what else might suggest a photo. The crabapple tree seemed a likely choice.
The following three photos were taken on October 28, during a trip to Michigan to visit Dennis.
The fall colors were so pretty as we took Dennis on a scenic drive of the back roads near his home. The image quality of the above photo isn't the greatest, but it's not too bad considering that I was shooting through the windshield from the back seat.
|John Wilson Park in Athens, Michigan|
We visited John Wilson Park in June, and I wanted to come back and see what it looked like in the fall. I was glad we did.
|Old House in Athens, Michigan|
On our way to John Wilson Park, we passed this house and that beautiful tree. It was close to the park, so I just walked a few more steps to get this photo.