Fall color is winding down where I live in New York State.
We've been dry but a recent rain brought two puddles together, one showing sky and one showing some trees turning color. This is one of the few good uses of potholes in the road.
Now let's take a walk and leaf peep, shall we?
It's interesting seeing the change of the season. This was our walk yesterday. You're invited to come along.
Back to yesterday. These trees tend to the yellow. They are still a little green because trees by the river tend to turn color last. Many trees in the hills are already past peak.
The yellow at almost ground level in these photos is probably knotweed, an extremely invasive plant whose leaves turn yellow in the fall. These plants line the riverbanks in many places.
Those pesky power lines, but oh, that sky.
I also promised you a Halloween bonus. I've had a couple of posts devoted to a scarecrow decorating contest held at our local large county park.
This "Bee Kind" entry was the third place winner. First and second? You'll have to wait until next week.
You were good company. Thank you for joining me.
I'm also joining Yogi and other bloggers who watch the sky for #SkywatchFriday