It's been a while since I shared a photography post with you. I've been so busy doing other things that I haven't really had time for lazy walks in the park.
But one day I got together with my girls and we took our dog, Tatou for a walk in the park.
It was a chilly, cloudy day.
But that never stopped the fall colors from shining through!
I was so happy to be out and about, I even snapped this electrical pole. It does look a bit like patina on there doesn't it?
We walked along the road and found discreet bursts of color everywhere.
And a scene that looked like it came out of the Shire!
And as we walked down that road...
We came upon water!
Oh it's not as clean...
...or pretty as in Greece.
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But that didn't stop the smiles from coming!
And then before you know it, it was time to take the road back.
Past Fall's bounty!
All in all it was a lovely walk despite the bad weather. And it just goes to show, you never know what you'll discover when you take a walk in the park on a fall day with the dog.
What discoveries have you made on your walks with the dog?
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