I love the fall quote I’m sharing today.
Since I was curious about the author of the quote, I did a bit of research. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was a French painter. You can read more about him on this site.
I love the new way of thinking of the fall the quote inspires. While I’m never going to be a huge fan of winter, spring is after all my second favorite season.
As I look at the pictures from my fall hike (maybe we’ll call it a walk as all the trails were paved) on Monday, I do see the spring of winter. Do you?
Fall Walk At Little Blue Valley Park In Kansas City, Missouri
You can see my photos of the park during a different season(winter) in this post.
They weren’t mowing while I was there but had recently.
There were grasshoppers everywhere, stuff of nightmares. Behold, the Grasshopper king!
These flowers were hanging on…
So was this little beetle of some sort…peering at me over the edge of the flower
This little fellow was also busy working on a clover blossom
Continuing on my walk…
On a beautiful sunny, fall day (today was a rainy, fall day)
This little fellow put up his fists to me and my camera before scurrying away. I’m really not sure what kind of bug this might be? There were a few puddles here and there… And ONE bench for the entire 95 acre park… These berries make me think a bit of the coming winter And of the birds…while I didn’t take any photos of birds with berries in their mouths or even near the above pictured bush, I’m so excited to share about the birds I encountered in Saturday’s post.