We had a slow walk around Laurelhurst Park on Thanksgiving, to settle our dinner and enjoy being out in the world. Laurelhurst was planted in 1913, so most of the trees are huge. It feels like a tame forest and is my favorite place in the city.
This Fall, Firwood Lake is covered with duckweed and looks more like lawn than a pond. It is oddly beautiful.
The old-fashioned lamps look beautiful against the trees in any season.
The bright yellow of birches and ginkgoes brightens up the darkest corners of the woods.
On a day when we were not with friends or family and were feeling a little sad, it was good to get out and be part of the beauty.
I hope you have a good week.
3 thoughts on “Glowing Fall”
Absolutely beautiful. In my town we have an arboretum that is my “get away” place. It is only 5 acres but still very serene.
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Inner peace is even more necessary when the world is a bit nuts.
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I couldn’t agree more 💜