Sunday, October 11, 2009

Fall Walk, yet again

Our 2nd walk in the beautiful fall weather yesterday found us on the grounds of one of the city libraries. There are several ponds and walk ways perfect for practicing cyclists and somewhat unpredictable children. The trees are starting to turn and the air was crisp. 
My mother in-law had her point and shoot with her and though I didn't notice right away, she was about 3 steps behind me, perhaps looking for the same images that I saw. She did stop short of laying full on her stomach in the grass to get the oak leaves (last photo)! 
Oh, I have nothing to add, really. I love the sun beams -- perhaps its a dirty lens or perhaps its luck of the draw. Either way, I kinda like it!
Last night, hubby and I went to see Couples Retreat while grandparents watched the tots. We laughed so, so hard. It was very enjoyable. It struck me as interesting that the general tenor was optimistic about the value of marriage and the effort they need in order to be maintained. Not very Hollywood in flavor. 
I think that's about all I've got to say -- just imagine prone me with mother in-law standing, looking on, taking pictures of leaves on the ground. It was a dignified moment:) 


Life in Eden said...

Your fall picks are wonderful! And your sun flare shots are great. You should check out the Flare Fridays group on Flickr -- I'm sure many of those shots would be applauded there!

Heather said...

Oh, what fun! I'm going to check them out now. Thanks for tip:)

Jennifer White said...

Beautiful of these years, I WILL witness Fall on the East Coast...

(linked to you through Shutter Sisters)