I came across a crepe myrtle with its orange-red limbs. So pretty in winter!
One quick trip through another subdivision--is this burning bush?
Then it was back on the cart path. The below is something I don't see in Chicagoland--trees covered in vines. I took pictures both vertically and horizontally, since I'm limited with my 50mm lens.
As I emerged from yet another cart path, I got "chased" by the Boston below. I decided to take its picture with the sign. I like it!
Another crepe myrtle--closer up.
I stopped along this path to capture the orange of the pine needles.
Now on the familiar path back to Dee's home, I spotted this flag, which I hadn't seen when I first passed by. Someone had stuck it in this cut-off tree trunk.
I had a nice hour-plus walk, and with temps in the 60s it was positively spring-like! Once Dee and her parents came home, we ate dinner and commenced another word game--a more familiar one this time. :)
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