Another Alphabe-Thursday is here, and as you can see from the title, we are on the letter "T". Yesterday, I headed out to Retzer Nature Center in Waukesha, Wisconsin, because I knew this would be a great place to capture some more of the changing leaves in my part of the state before they all fall away.
I have already seen some bare trees in my neighborhood that had vibrant-colored leaves on them just a few days ago, so I'm glad I took these photos when I did. The Retzer Nature Center is a great park located northwest of the city center with 3 distinct walking trails, an ecological building and even a planetarium.
Although it was an overcast day, I took advantage of the (still) warm weather to hike all three trails, and saw some great color.
I took the above photo while wandering down what I thought was a trail, but was actually a roadway for the center's maintenance crew. So I probably got a picture that wasn't really allowed. The rest of the photos were taken on the trails.
It was a very nice day to take photos and get a good workout as well. The Retzer Nature Center is open all-year round, and is a relaxing way to spend part of your day.