Little Hoxie Pond.
Also in E. Sandwich. As of the date of this photo, which was 10/3, it was the only tree with full on brilliant colour, which especially stood out on an otherwise grey day. I was driving when I saw this fiery maple, and I may have slowed the car down somewhat abruptly in order to turn around at the next driveway I saw in order to go back and take photos.
I don't think I've seen a tree this bright in years.
Never seen anything like these before!
On the way through town I detoured to take some pics of this old building that burned the weekend of 10/1. It has been an eyesore for years, since before I moved in 1989, so you can only imagine what it looked like to me 22 years later. I meant to stop over the summer and shoot it but never did.
Apparently the state of this building has been a bone of contention between the owners and the town government. The plan was to tear this down and rebuild a multi-use condo/office building. The project stalled out. And suddenly it "accidentally" burns down on a very, very rainy night. Everyone, and I do mean everyone, knows it was burned down on purpose. Upon hearing the news and seeing the pics the next day, I believe my words were, "How convenient."
Back in BBay, I took a drive down Main Street to see if anyone had decorated. Sadly, I found only a couple of fall-themed items. I'm hoping that more appear in town as the month goes on.
I got lucky with this.
And another dewy web!