After a couple of rainy weekends, the sun briefly came out on Sunday after church. Although I had plenty to do, I felt compelled to at least go for a quick walk through the nearby woods and local temple. Perhaps by next weekend, the brilliant autumn trees might be devoid of their magnificent leaf display.
What a difference several weeks made; trees that were must beginning to turn colors were now just past their prime.
Pathways were carpeted with warm-hued leaves. The collection grew as the gentle breeze loosened more fiery-colored leaves, fluttering to the ground.
Yellows spotted by the door on the freshly-painted temple building were echoed in the nearby trees.