Just another "sunny" November day in Seattle. :-)
No seriously, it really was a lovely, sunny day!
I love to visit here this time of year to get my "autumn color fix."
So, what do people do in Seattle when the sun is shining?
Well, a lot of people had the same idea as me...you go for a walk in the park.
This beautiful park is in Bellevue, Washington which is about 9 miles East of Seattle.
I started walking, surround by hues of gold, green, orange and red.
Park benches were everywhere.
The sun felt warm on my face.
Many of the benches had plaques.
I photographed this one because it was the year I was born.
The sound of running water all around the walking path.
It looked like the ducks were enjoying the sunny day as well.
I wanted to jump and kick my feet in these little piles, but decided the person that was trying to rake the leaves into these neat, little piles would not be very amused. :-)
For a second, the grass didn't even look real to me.
I had to take a closer look.
Very real, and it's not even a golf course!
Thank you for letting me share this sunny, November day with you.
See, it really doesn't rain ALL the time in Seattle. :-)
I'm also sharing my walk with Lisa Gordon's
do drop by and take a peek.
I will be enjoying a restful week at home in Las Vegas with my sweet hubby.
Hopefully I can get in to my art room and play a little too.
Wishing all of my friends in the US a Happy Thanksgiving, and a wonderful week to all!