A single yellow Maple leaf. There are hundreds, if not thousands of them outside my window.
The colors of fall are beginning to fade and soon enough the air will chill and the snow will fall.
“Pursue some path, however narrow and crooked, in which you can walk with love and reverence.”
–Henry David Thoreau
An autumn path on a cool October morning in Mirror Lake State Park.
I spent this past weekend camping in Mirror Lake State Park near Lake Delton, Wisconsin. The leaves are changing but probably a week or two away from peak autumn color.
I don’t have much to say about this image other than I love the texture on the leaves. As I’ve said before, any type of leaf fascinates me.
“Hold fast to dreams, for when dreams go, life is a barren field frozen with snow.”
A single Maple leaf buried in the ice and snow on a cold New Year’s Eve. Happy New Year everyone.
One single Maple leaf on the driveway out behind our house. December 1st, 2015.
Day 62 of my 365 photo-a-day project.
“As fall the light autumnal leaves, one still the other following, till the bough strews all its honors on the earth below.”
A carpet of fallen Maple leaves cover the ground in our backyard.