Today I bring you a very nature filled post. The leaves on the trees are finally at those perfect firey tones, which happen to make great photo ops. October is the one month of the Fall season that I think is truly Fall, or more appropriately Autumn. October is the epitome of Autumn. It’s when all the events are happening-like craft shows, flea markets, pumpkin and apple festivals…it’s when bonfires are at their best (no more mosquitos!), it’s when you enjoy hot apple cider and some matching cider donuts…it’s when all the local farms have their best Fall produce out in their road side stands (gourds, and pumpkins, and squashes, oh my!) It’s when you get to wear your most favorite, broken in boots, and scarves, and jackets…it’s when you can walk through the park and smell those leafy aromas (Oak leaves are my favorite)…it’s when you can really look around and appreciate the nature of change.
These photos are all from spots around Cleveland’s most coveted Metroparks. It’s the BEST time of year to spend a lot of time wandering around all parts, and to really take it all in.
Harris Tweed Jacket was Mom’s from many years ago, Striped tee from L.L.Bean, Jeans from Anthropologie (no longer available), Boots by Arturo Chiang from Dillard’s (no longer available, but my now perfectly broken in ones ;) ) Made the scarf.
What do you love about Fall? :)