Midwestern fall colors
Golden leaves, puffy clouds and blue October skies
Pumpkin’s watery grave
This Jack O Lantern probably graced someone’s front porch last weekend for Halloween. Even though you can’t see the face, the top removal is evidence of some decorative artwork. How or why this pumpkin found its way into the center of this shallow river is a mystery.
No more campaign ads, now we just have to get through the counting and lawsuits. Be safe! COVID’s getting worse just about everywhere.
River reflections, color and moss covering
One of the routes I use for my daily walks follows along a small river. Here is another photo I took today. Sky was overcast with intermittent misty rain. A cool temp of 55 degrees coupled with a steady 15 mph breeze made for a somewhat invigorating hike.
Carpet of leaves
A true sign of fall can be seen in yards and forested areas. A carpet of leaves has developed in our yard as can be seen in the image. You can barely see the fence and mulched bed circling the maple tree.
Continue to follow recommended safety precautions. Avoid the virus.
Fall on a river
The fall is such a beautiful time of year. This little sometimes island has become home for a couple of driftwood trees. The foliage colors are still sharing their brilliance as fallen leaves take a journey down the calm waters of the river.
Just think, in a little less than two weeks the election will be over and we’ll no longer have to put up with all of those ridiculous, offensive, and repetitive campaign ads on TV, radio and print.
Continue to be careful and safe. COVID-19 is on the rise in many many areas of the country. Now is not the time to relax wearing masks, social distancing and hand washing.