I walked instead of running for my 34 minutes for diabetes (see previous post). I brought my cell phone to take pictures. It seemed about to rain, and I figured the phone was easier stashed in my pocket for protection.
I walked towards the dark clouds. I questioned the wisdom of my choice but could not resist a grey sky.
I walked down German Street, going the way I most often run. My only plan was to keep going for 34 minutes, taking pictures along the way.
I rationalized taking so many pictures with the thought that some might not come out. It was getting darker out. Full disclosure: I used all I took.
I debated whether I wanted to cross German Street. In the meantime, I admired the old brick building.
I decided I would cross German and go up Lou Ambers Drive to take a picture of the hill up to Herkimer College. I didn’t have a fall view of it.
I continued over into the residential area, another favorite running place of mine. I soon came to the exit of the parking lot for Valley Health. Regular readers know, I love to enter where it says not to.
It was continuing to get darker, and starting to rain. As I approached the building, I thought I saw some fall decorations but was not sure till I got up close.
Crossing back over German, I walked toward the high school for some pictures of the stream.
As I continued my walk, it started to rain in earnest. It was too dark to take any more pictures anyways. I enjoyed my walk. I only have nine more days of my 34!
Thank you for sharing all those lovely autumn shots. I could smell the rain mixed with the leaves!
I feel so blessed that I have gotten out to see so many colors this year
Nice photo blogpost!