When the day for this prompt, which I was sure was coming eventually, showed up, I was hoping it would have been one of the lovely, sunshiney days we’ve had this month. I was also hoping it would have been a day when I had time to take the dogs for a walk in the woods or up the small, local mountain. But it came today, on a dreary, cloudy day – fall colors. Here in New England, the landscape is kind of known for fall colors, although it has been an odd year for them for sure. Some trees seemed to go wild with color quite early, while others are still holding back – at least in this part of New England. I actually have a few days, usually in November, when it seems my entire backyard has turned yellow. Hasn’t happened yet, didn’t go early like virtually every other plant that I grow did this year. I did the best that I could to show some fall colors today, with a look up my street:
(That’s my driveway with the tan Suburban parked in it) I chose this shot because I noticed my little street is actually showing almost all the colors of the rainbow, with the exception of blue, at this moment. Although not in perfect order, we have orange at the top of the street, followed by red, yellow, green and purple (ish). Speaking of rainbows, another made an appearance the other day, and I haven’t had a chance to share it, so here you go.