After many cool and sunny days, we had a bit of rain yesterday, and the morning today brought out the glorious early fall colors of southern Indiana.
What better could I do on today’s evening than to sort through the pictures I took before sunrise at Spring Mill’s State Park?
There was dense fog over the lake, making things a bit spooky, but I decided to just show the trees.
If trees get along for half a century and longer growing together, why do we humans have such difficulties with it?
Have we stopped growing long ago, and become dry and gnarly?
Let’s enjoy each other and not spawn hatred.
Winter will be here soon enough.