The light is the wonderful part of these photos. The golden trees were caught just as the last brilliant rays of the sun hit them. The ones in the back seem to be on fire. That was last fall, after the first snow. But I saw some splashes of color almost as good this afternoon.
I was trying to find Books by the Sea, a fine little independent bookstore in Osterville. I don't really know the town so I was driving slowly -- but not so slowly that upon trying to retrace my trip, I managed to take a wrong road. It's all two lane roads with wonderful houses and glimpses of the water, tall old trees. I wasn't really lost, I just found myself going the wrong way. But what's wrong about it when I'm looking at red and yellow trees and big cushion-y plantings of daisies and lots of pots of mums?
Also wonderful, and it will remain this way, is that I see the sunrise every morning. Right now it's a little after 7:00. Soon we'll set the clocks back but I get up at 6:00 so, I'll continue to see sunrises until next March.
I keep taking photos. Of course, they're all different and I always like best the one that I'm looking at. The thing I don't like is that this town has overhead wires. I wish they'd buried them long ago and I'm sure they claim doing so now would be too expensive. It would save many power outages during storms when limbs and whole trees come down and it certainly would add to the photogenicity of these scenes.