|Late Summer morphs into early Fall, but the color never stops out on the gravel roads.|
Well, now the signs are all there for us to see.The trees are showing signs of leaves turning color, and the corn is drying down real fast. However, that all doesn't mean that we are bereft of late season color. No way!
I took a couple of rides recently and had the opportunity to stop and check out the wild flowers that are gracing the roadsides now. Dominated by mostly yellows, these are a completely different set of flowers than we're used to seeing earlier in the year. I found many of them along the Sergeant Road bicycle trail, actually, but I also found many out in the country as well.
There were also some other colors witnessed out there, but these were mostly smaller flowers and not easily spotted at times. In fact, I was taking a completely different image when out of the corner of my eye I saw these little pink flowers in the ditch behind me.
|Little, pink, and pretty for early Fall/late Summer.|
|There were these similar, but white petaled flowers alongside the pink ones.|
|Barns for Jason|
|Miles of this..... It was rough out there!|
|Looking forward to getting some great Fall gravel rides in.|