Over a week ago, it snowed 10.4 inches of snow. Even though we had to dig out some, after days of freezing fog it made the trees beautiful. Today, we have blue skies.
In October 2020, I went on an adventure to take picture of Fall. Since, I haven’t traveled outside the State in 2020 the pictures were taken at local parks. I have figured out why people love Fall so much, it is the colors. Green, Red, Oranges, and browns. The most difficult decision is: What pictures to include in the blog?
It was to pretty today not to take pictures. Blue sky and wind blowing across the lake. This maybe the last warm beautiful day this year.
For the past 36 years, the Hasting Museum in Nebraska has hosted a Festival of Trees event where schools and organization decorate trees to displays. Below are a few of the trees.
I made three trays of these Reese Peanut Butter Cup trees and they were gone like hot cakes.
When they asked from more, this happened.
Then the engineers in the group asked for plans and specifications for building the trees. I provided them with this document.
Just a couple days before the first freeze the temperature was in the 80s. When it snowed a couple of inches and the temperature dropped to 23 degrees over night, the trees goes “Yipes! We are suppose to be hibernating for the winter.” So, the leaves on the trees start turning colors and dropping to the ground quickly. Yes, Fall is here!
This is the park that host the annual Praise In The Park event. It looks different with 20,000 less people visiting.
I am so glad that Spring is finally here. It was a long Winter. Tomorrow starts my travels to Southern States. I hope to get some great photos.
What is there to do in Memphis, Tennessee that doesn’t involve music, where you can take picture and be outside on a summer day? After many web searches, I found it! The Memphis Botanical Gardens.
This place was huge, several different gardens, lots of plants, and plenty of photos opportunities. And, it was hot, but very quiet and relaxing. There is plenty to see in the gardens.