I visited Cushing Memorial Park again today, thinking I might find some fall warblers eating those berries. No luck on the warblers, but I did see a gorgeous fresh Red Admiral fluttering around a dogwood tree. That was a very nice surprise!
And one of my favorite trees during foliage season:
It rained today. Hard. Heavy. Almost the entire day. At about 5:45PM, I happened to look outside and notice that the sky to the west was yellow. Yellow! I grabbed my camera and ran to the car. I had to get to Hopkinton State Park, to the water, as fast as possible before the light disappeared. As soon as I turned into the state park, I saw a beautiful rainbow overhead, just above bright and beautiful fall foliage. I kept driving to the water, and I only had a few moments once I was there, but it was beautiful. A rainbow to the east, raindrops all around, underlit clouds to the west. A beautiful ending to what had been an ugly day!