I know, not as clever as some of my headlines. Today was a day to unwind, and take advantage of perhaps the last perfect Fall day of the season. Mid-60's, sunny, leaves at peak color.
Woke up to a typical Sunday. Hearty Breakfast. No shaving on the weekend, thank you.
Meet the Press makes breakfast a bit less appetizing.
Leaves are changing...and falling.
It's a beautiful day. Don't let it get away.
Thanks for the advice Mr Hewson.
Destination: Meriden, CT - just a few miles away. Hubbard Park, designed by none other than Frederick Law Olmstead, has miles of trails, part of the extensive Metacomet Trail over some beautiful terrain.
As with most of my outings, I set off intending to relax, explore, get some much needed exercise and perhaps get some memorable images, both in my mind's eye and in my trusty camera.
From the top you can see the Long Island Sound to the South and Mt. Tom in Massachusetts to the North.
On all accounts, mission accomplished. If you're ever in central CT check out our miles of trails, greenways and parks.
Before I sink my life savings into a Canon 5D Mark II, I thought I'd do a dry run on the cheap. Still a nice memory of a nice day out.
Thanks for reading.
Fresh air is a beautiful thing. I'm gonna sleep like a baby...