Fall colors

This past month has been so crazy that I haven’t been able to tell what season we’re in. We went from Summer to Fall to Winter to Fall and back to winter in a months time. It wasn’t until last Sunday when I was coming home from church that I noticed the beautiful fall colors at the park across the street. Carlo was thinking the same thing because when I got home, we both said (at the same time), “We need to take a picture of the trees.”

the park across the street in front of our building
behind our building
After taking our pictures, I thought it would be a good idea for us to go for a walk after lunch and take more pictures of the trees before it’s too late. Luckily, it wasn’t too cold so we were able to enjoy being outside. We decided to go to Parco Ruffini.

We left about 4:30 and made out way to the walkway/bike path that goes to the park. As we made our way there, it started to get dark so didn’t stop to take as many pictures as we would have liked.

Once we got to the park we weren’t the only ones who had the same idea. There were plenty of people with their kids, jogging and just enjoying the weather.

This picture is actually not from the park. Carlo passes by this tree on his way to work so, he decided to take a picture of it so we could add it to the blog.

The next morning, Carlo woke up to get ready for work and as he opened the blinds and saw the sunrise, he took pictures of the fog over the city. This balcony faces Superga and on most days we have a clear view of it.

That morning was so clear that we were able to see the mountains from the front balcony of our apartment. (most of the time, it’s also cloudy and foggy)

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