Three seasons down at the pretty park at the top of the Syracuse University campus hill.
When I parked in Thornden Park for the short walk for my business in the offices of Syracuse Public Media Site WAER, I noticed that all signs pointed toward fall.
Upon return, I pulled out my iPhone 6.
In March, I offered a winter scene at this Syracuse plot of land.
In August, I posted a summer view of the landscape.
I’ve tried to return to similar places and points each season.
Hover over any photo for a description. Click on the bottom right photo in any gallery for an enlarged slide show.
I promise to note on my iPad Air calendar my plan to share the pale green hopes and freshness of the thin slice of Syracuse spring.
Is Mother Nature finally yawning and stretching in your neck of the woods? What are the strongest signs of seasonal change where you live? What’s your favorite photo, and why?