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They were taken from around the university campus yesterday.

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4 thoughts on “Fall

  1. It’s great to see how you notice beauty in these things, Kola, when a person who grew up in a similar landscape takes for granted and doesn’t even notice any more. Seeing these pictures made me want to go outside and see the Fall leaves anew, with a fresher kind of perception.

    P.S. I’m sorry I missed you yesterday but I teach in a different building at that time. Tomorrow I’m leaving for Baltimore (my other home), but next week I’ll find you no matter what. You can run but you cannot hide! πŸ™‚

  2. @Clarissa :))
    Thank you for the nice comment. The leaves are so pretty out that I just couldn’t stop staring at them. I know that they will all fall off soon, so I’m saving the sight of them in the camera for my own selfish pleasures.
    Yea, I missed you at the office. I’d half expected not to find you there anyway, so it wasn’t too much to bear. But I had to eat the muffins I got from a student stand downstairs all by myself just before my class. Sorry! πŸ˜‰
    I hope you have a very nice time at home. I will spend the weekend luxuriating in my last few days of pseudo anonymity before you return from home! πŸ˜€

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