As the seasons change and we now move toward winter a geezer skier might take a leaf peeping trip. Many of my associates have done that and posted some wonderful scenery. I recently drove to Long Island at the start of the peeping season and enjoyed the multitude of scenes down Route 17 New York.
Today I decided that I didn't have to go beyond my local area to appreciate the colors. Although this was a cloudy, overcast day the colors had a subtle brilliance to them. My approximate 20 mile over some local roads was an eye opener to the beauty of upstate New York. When I came home I took a moment to look around my neighborhood from the vantage point of my house. Literally from my yard I had a leaf peeping time. Isn't it amazing how familiarity can dull your senses. It is good to be observant in your routine environment.
Here a couple of photos from my yard.