The early morning sun was shining and there was a combination of dew and frost on the ground when I arrived at Detroit’s Eliza Howell Park on October 28, 2019. Here are a few images from the next three hours.
Bittersweet on Oak Tree
Bittersweet vines grow high on some trees in the park, most noticeable when the leaves of the vine turn yellow.
Dew Drop on Sumac
In the blow up, one can clearly see the reflections.
Three Hundred Year Old Bur Oak Tree
I stopped by a massive Bur Oak that has been estimated to be over 300 years old.
Rouge River from Footbridge
I often take a picture from this spot, looking upstream. The look of the river changes with the season, the sunlight/clouds, and the water level.
A Walk in the Woods
Several Sugar Maple trees, seen from the park road, have inspired park visitors to pull out their cameras.
A Favorite Cottonwood
There are some trees, friends, that I stop by to visit to see how they are doing. This Cottonwood tree is one.
In my records, this is Walk # 1351. Another good one.