For now, autumn is painting with a small brush, but the colors are definitely changing.
The maple trees at Edgewood College are always the first ones to start turning colors.
Despite the strong winds and storms the past few days, a few leaves are still hanging on.
One more shot from last weekend’s hike at Picnic Point.
Today was a perfect day to hike Picnic Point.
Bales of corn silage, ready for winter storage.
Soon, all that’ll be left from the autumn celebration will be the used confetti on the ground.
Autumn has definitely arrived in Madison.
Every year I’m amazed that such thin stalks (with heavy corncobs) can get so tall. These were at least ten feet high.
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