Even wild guy Franklin stayed cozy with me during the recent cool snap. Saturday, everything turned eerily warm as the remnants of the hurricane came dragging air from the Gulf. Frankie knew that storm was out there and he doesn’t like storms, so he again hopped aboard. There wasn’t much wind here, fortunately.
Leaves are really starting to turn now, but when this was taken a week or so back you could see that the water was reflecting the greenness above. So far I’m taking pictures from high above the creek instead of going down there. I’ve had some back trouble, so I hope I’ll be able to make several treks to be right by the stream this fall.
These Beautyberries are a sign of fall here.
Definite greens but looking worn, droopy, and crinkled from dry weather. That changed today.
I have no resistance to the creek!
Glance down and autumn is there!
The yellow leaf is from a Tulip Tree.
This creek pic and the two of the ground are from the camera, and in a way I like them better than the phone pics.
Our friend’s cat Shelley, intrigued and curious.
Leaf colors have begun changing more rapidly over the last few days. So, stay tuned for something much more autumny! And, please do consider getting my book, which is actually the cats’ book too, by clicking on the cover at the upper right or going to the “Order the Catwoods Book Online” page. It’s 363 pages so that’s a lot of kitty reading! It will make a great holiday present!