When the sun is shining on autumn leaves like this, I could look up at them for hours.
Leaves are changing colors fast in Madison.
It’s been pretty dark and dreary in Madison for a while now. The lack of sunshine, and the fact that I haven’t spent much time out in nature lately has a definite affect on my psyche. As a small antidote, I was looking at some early autumn pictures I took recently, when clouds weren’t dominating the sky.
The lesson that I need to get outside on a regular basis, no matter the weather, is not new. It’s funny though, how often I need to remind myself of it.
I’m often surprised by discovering or hearing about spots I’ve never seen, in places I regularly visit. A friend told me about Cave Point County Park in Door County (located just north of Whitefish Dunes State Park), and I made a point of checking it out when I was vacationing there last week.