Earlier this week, I enjoyed doing some photography at Centennial Park on a foggy morning. The lake was a little high from the recent rains and the fog muted the colors of the trees (still mostly green).
I stopped at a dogwood tree to capture the buds for next season and the seeds from this year.
There were some colorful leaves that showed up better at close range.
There were some fall flowers at the edge of the lake – somewhat protected from the water run off by a large rock.
There were not very many birds around: a few Canadian geese on the lake
And a mockingbird. Note the small spider web in the picture with the mockingbird.
The spider webs and small mushroom growing on rotting mulch were the photographic high points of the walk. I post more about them next week.