On Saturday morning I walked through the park and realised that all the leaves had been blown off of the trees. Thursday and Friday had been bitterly cold with an icy wind that seemed to go through our Autumn jackets.
As I walked through the park, I noticed how dreary the place looked. Even though it is still Autumn, the area has the feel of winter about it.
Even the bench I shared with Jude a couple of weeks ago no longer looks inviting:
I saw the sun rising behind the buildings but even the little bit of colour in the sky did not take away the threat of an approaching winter.
The branches of trees reach up towards the sky as Old Man Winter slowly creeps into our lives.
© Colline Kook-Chun, 2015
(This post is inspired by Cardinal Guzman’s Monthly Challenge: The Changing Seasons in which bloggers post pictures of the same location throughout the year. The location I have chosen to focus on is the nearby public park.)