What A Wonderful World

The forecast calls for heavy rain today.

But yesterday’s weather was — as it has been for weeks — gorgeous.

Alert “06880” photographer Lynn U. Miller was out and about. She captured a few of her favorite spots, in the bright afternoon and early evening.

PS: Not to be a buzzkill, but Saturday night marks the end of Daylight Saving Time.

Christ and Holy Trinity Church - Lynn U. Miller

Parker Harding Plaza - Lynn U Miller

Saugatuck River downtown - Lynn U. Miller

Saugatuck River downtown evening 1 - Lynn U. Miller

(Photos/Lynn U. Miller)

11 responses to “What A Wonderful World

  1. The colors are so vibrant they almost hurt the eyes! Gorgeous!

  2. Lynn, I especially love the one at low tide. Wonderful composition.

    • Thanks so much, Fred. Glad you like the images and I appreciate the comment. Coming from you, it means a lot to me.

  3. Dan, these images are spectacular! They’re just stunning.

    Sent from my iPhone


  4. Beth Orlan Berkowitz

    These photos are amazing and totally capture the essence of our area in full autumn splendor!

  5. Wonderful photographs, Lynn. Nothing like Fall in New England.

    • Thank you so much. Susan. I think we are really fortunate to be enjoying a particularly spectacular display of fall foliage this year. Hoping for a mild winter though!

  6. Adam Schwartz '75

    This is one of the things I miss about the East Coast. Here in Los Angeles we have two seasons. Two months of Fall then Ten months of Summer! But the leaves don’t change color, they just fall off the trees!

  7. There’s always a peak day — I think you caught it.

  8. Marcy Anson Fralick Staples Class of 1970

    Adam Schwartz ~~ here in Tucson, too. But our fall is in January when the leaves just fall off the trees, usually after our one annual snowstorm of massive proportions ~~ 2″ at best. Not much change in color. By April the trees are back in full bloom and summer starts anew. That’s why we have so many northern and East Coast license plates on the roads from November – April. Even Colorado, where I lived for 40 years after Westport has the changing of the Aspen which in its own way, is spectacular. I do miss the changing leaves.

  9. Adam Schwartz '75

    Hi Marci, I lived in Tucson off and on through the years. When we left Westport after 10th Grade we moved there for a year. Went to Cholla H.S. Then I went back and attended the UofA and was stationed at D-M for the last 8 months of my 4 year service obligation. Our unit was based in the original hanger off of Alvernon as you go up on the overpass. I love Tucson but my wife hates the desert. Plus she was born and raised down the street where her father still lives. Bear Down!!!