It snowed yesterday, big white flakes that didn’t stick. In honor of the snow we dug out the boots and mittens and took a walk. (The boots were completely unnecessary. But little toddler loves them and we are moving to Georgia in January so they might not get much use this year.) At first, toddler was a bit weary about the snow…
He soon realized the beauty of it though.
I had been eyeing the rose bushes to the side of the house. They seem to have no idea that winter is very shortly coming, and continues to push up new flower buds.
The leaves are just starting to come off the trees, which I think is extremely late this year. They are still lots of fun to jump in.
Asters and mums are out and very lovely. Not my favorite plants, except in late fall when everything else is fading away.
The winter side of things is starting to become noticeable too, like these berries on a cotoneaster.
Even the juniper is already starting to have a purple hint to it.
I’ve been trying to work on my photography and liked how the pictures turned out on this walk. Hope you enjoyed them too.