christopher575 (christopher575) wrote,

Autumn by lamplight

Setting out again in the dark at the waterfront I realized that it's one place where I still get to see most of the stuff pretty well since it's so well-lit. So I decided to get as many photos of the trees that were lit up as I could.



Thankfully dawn didn't take too long to creep in.


Even though there was a little light, I'd already decided I'd cut out the street portion again. It goes by a couple of scenic parking areas where I've seen some strange things before, so I don't mind cutting that portion out for safety. The rest of the waterfront is a wonderful place to be no matter how early I go. Anyway, this cracked me up.


I never noticed how visually pleasing the boat launch is.


There are still some nice flowers even with the recent temperature drop.


The clouds were wispy but I still saw a pretty decent sunrise.


Even though there was a lot of tree to see in the dark, it's still nicer to really see them.


Today's awesome walk, 5.45 miles in 1:49, 11,944 steps
5.45 miles in 1:49, 11,944 steps

Part of me wished I waited for an afternoon walk today even though I always say I don't like them as much. I suppose if I do them in winter there at least won't be any school-age kids around. Unless they're skipping school and I find their hideouts. Ha. Anyway, I'm glad I didn't plan that today, because the water heater that feeds the heated floors in the dining room and master bath, isn't. A plumber will be by between 2:00 and 5:00 to have a look.


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