The trees across the street from the boy with whom we carpool to and from our older son's bus stop.
The maples around the tennis courts and soccer field at my old middle school.
Here's another tree from between our house and the house of the boy we carpool with. I have told myself every day for a week to remember a camera to take a photo, and of course the day I remembered it, it was no longer drizzly but so bright that the upper part washed out.
Here are the leaves up close, green-yellow-red.
You can tell which direction is east right now from looking at the trees and the patterns of red and yellow spreading across them.
Down the main street of my neighborhood, pointed skyward.
Suddenly there are substantial signs of fall -- red leaves on these trees, yellow leaves on the tulip trees.
Soccer games are played amidst falling leaves.
Bright berries adorn local bushes.
And at all the local farm stands and in patches where they can be picked...pumpkins!