These photos of the gorgeous color in the Binghamton/Owego area of New York State should speak for themselves. Sometimes, words only take away from a story.
That's one of the beautiful things about blogging - it is visual, and you have these posts to look at when the seasons have moved on and fall is a distant memory.
For a lot of the United States, fall is a distant memory, with ice and snow already settled in. But, for us, we had a day yesterday of blue skies and temperatures near 60 F (15 C). This kind of day almost never happens here in November. I admired it from a chair in a dentist's office.
Fall color has lasted longer this fall than any fall I can remember in the nearly 30 years I've lived in upstate New York. I took these pictures over the last several days. Soon this will be a memory.
Another gingko stands near the Susquehanna River in Owego.
Today it rains. And tomorrow, our colder weather starts. It will be another season - the season of Letting Go.
More on that topic another time.