Last weekend is but a distant, rainy memory in light of today's sunny warmth.
We went for a walk to Tod's Inlet again - it's relatively close by and always beautiful. I don't know the name of the above seed pods, but are they not pretty with their long curving tendrils and red centers?
Autumn color is just beginning. Yellows and reds glow through the evergreens.
Tiny toadstools grow on a mossy log, white and delicate.
Yellow leaves glow in the sunlight but will soon be dry and brown as in the photo beneath. Such is autumn. For now, we'll take all the warmth and sun that comes our way. Such gifts are not to be ignored.
Linking to Mosaic Monday, hosted by Mary of the Little Red House.