The Week In Seven Photos

The Week In Seven Photos

We had our final burst of autumn color before the arrival of rain, wind and snow.

I don’t think I have to go out on a limb

to say that even though there were a few flowers remaining on Tuesday, it appears

the gardening tools can be traded in for snow shovels (could not resist one more skeleton!).

It was a pleasure this week to walk through the park after two months with vertigo to swirling leaves and thoughts instead of the world swirling around.

Harper and I enjoyed out last colorful autumn visit to the park, that is until this tough little guy

intent on a shakedown for snacks momentarily refused to allow us to reach our favorite spot in the park.

29 responses to “The Week In Seven Photos”

  1. Happy to read you’re over the vertigo – very unpleasant…
    Great colours, including the panda, an autumnal fellow. Whereas the duck is simply an unpleasant wannabe tough guy. Maybe a bit more than wannabe – I’ve stepped back when one has waddled with fierce intent in my direction!
    Have a good weekend, and enjoy the extra hour by not shoveling snow!

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    • Thank you!πŸ™‚ The ducks have reclaimed the park after the summer invasion of people and in one section of the park we had to hurry away when fifteen of them started chasing us. A great weekend to celebrate snowflakes, no vertigo and a Spurs win over Everton! Enjoy the weekend!😁

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      • A Spurs win over Everton? Probably… I’m sulking because SA beat England in the RWC final earlier. They were the better team on the day!
        Thanks for stopping by OPC earlier – don’t know how or why, but the comment/reply section isn’t there. I think I’ve fixed it, but maybe not!

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  2. What fab autumn colours. Hope the leaves continue to swirl, and not your head. It’s been a swirly weekend of sports with England losing in the rugby world cup final and Bournemouth beating Manchester United 😟

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