Monday, October 12, 2015

Autumn in Wisconsin

Each year in September or October we have a frost.  It marks the change from summer to the coming winter. The leaves change color and fall.  Some years the color is stunning.  Others it is more subtle

This year the first frost is later than most years.  With that and heavier than usual rainfall, the leaves have been more subtle. 

 A couple days ago when we had some cloudy weather I took the camera with me on the walk to the mailbox

The garden has also started to change.  The corn is no longer bright green.  The pumpkins are becoming bright, though.  

And the zinnias are nearing their end

Oscar kept glancing back.  He seems puzzled I keep stopping

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