Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Last Neighborhood Walks of November


Greenhouses at Elizabeth Park.


Birch Road runner.



Rustic bridge in Elizabeth Park.


Gazebo in Elizabeth Park rose garden.



19th century brick farmhouse with a maple tree that is determined not to drop its leaves.



Soon to be a hockey rink when it gets a few degrees colder.

Flying back to Naples today.

9 comments:

Tanya Breese said...

love these...there is a tree here that i pass daily that is also holding onto its leaves...it still looks gorgeous! really, that will be a hockey rink? how neat!

Tanya Breese said...

and safe travels!

Sharon Anck said...

An excellent fall tour before you leave!

William Kendall said...

That bridge is my favourite.

bill burke said...

One final tour, very nice Jack! Safe travels

RedPat said...

Love the bridge shot, Jack! And the soon to be rink!

Gunn said...

Beautiful homes and trees. The bridge must be the perfect location for lots of photography. It is beautiful!

Kay said...

It looks like Hartford is getting ready to nestle in for the winter. I love that bridge shot from Elizabeth Park. That spot is worthy of return visits in other seasons if you're in the area.

jennyfreckles said...

Some lovely colour still. What a long autumn it has been.