I love the spicy, aromatic smell of fall. It always happens when the ground is mushy with leaves and the last saturated leaf is dangling from the tree tops. So Autumn Potpourri is such a perfect title today. We took our first fall walk at Lebanon Hills this year. It's our default wilderness for early spring or fall walking tours. I always say to my husband, "Let me guess, you want to go to Lebanon Hills." Well, it is nice. But no swans today.
We always have to check out the leaves at Robert's Bird Sanctuary behind Lake Harriet. Vibrant yellow majesty awaited.
These turkeys were strutting their stuff at Lakewood Cemetery. Another fall favorite.
We spotted these deer at Robert's Bird Sanctuary. They were watching another couple walk by as we were watching them. There was a lot of watching going on.
Fall reflections at Wood Lake.
Centennial Lakes in Edina was ablaze with color too.
Fall color poked through the brush at Lake Harriet as well.
A lone fall leaf floated by.
A blaze of Red at Lakewood Cemetery. If only the dead could see their beautiful surroundings. Or maybe they do...
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