Fall foliage and the National Capitol Columns
Fall came late this year and it seems to be leaving early. It has already started getting cold and cloudy. I'm not ready to say goodbye yet, so here's a nice sunny photo of fall foliage at the National Arboretum by the National Capitol Columns. It's too bad the season didn't last longer. At least we have some things to look forward to. Soon, it will be time for me to take my annual photo of the Capitol Christmas Tree.
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