Columbus, Ohio. Charlie finished for the day.
A friend brought over this warm treat of Pear Apple Crisp on Sunday afternoon. She was going to come over Monday morning to sew but then the Crisp would no longer be crisp but soggy.
The flavors of fall, cinnamon and ginger. I took it out on the front porch.
Added some vanilla ice cream on the warm fruit. I saved a little for Steve to enjoy later.
What an unexpected and delicious treat.
Three views of the North Side of the city on Thursday afternoon. Photographed from the AGH parking garage.
Do you call it Autumn or Fall?
The second bloom iris is at it again with a new bloom and there are at least three more to open if they don’t freeze some night soon.
I think the iris thinks it’s Spring.
Tonight we’ll be below freezing.
This bronze relief created by sculptor Brian Reneski
July 6, 1892. The Battle of Homestead (click for Rivers of Steel article)
Note: Last night I was adding Veterans photos to the Veterans Gallery and creating a new blog post for Thursday slipped my mind. If you’d like to see the new additions, here’s the link to the Gallery
Rich golden fan shaped leaves make the Gingko a stand out this time of year. My sister sent NYC gingko pics snd I had taken one I’d taken here in Pittsburgh.
Is that dog going to get me?