Technically it's not fall yet, but around here it seems to start at the beginning of September (or even earlier). I needed to get out today, so I walked around the grounds by my place looking for some fall evidence to photograph.
It wasn't necessarily the smartest idea. There were lots of [garden] spider webs that I couldn't always see, but felt on my face and arms everywhere I walked. One was over the path, and I was so careful to step under it on my way through, but totally forgot about it and ruined it on my way back. I said sorry, but the spider probably gave me the finger.
There also seemed to be a lot of creatures roaming. I almost stepped on a salamander (I guess?)*, and saw/heard lots of movement in the bushes, like animals were around. I know one was a squirrel, but I'm not so sure about the others. My guess is at least one was a mole, since I've seen one before in a similar environment (shady, damp forest).
Okay! Now that you have sat through my important side info, here are a few so-so photos.
Another nice color palette possibility.
Well, that's not very fallish.
Deadness! Yay fall!
Not high on the fall scale, but points for cuteness, don't you think?
Do you like how I end on a summery photo? Well, whatever. Just trust me that it's getting fallish. And there are some trees that are almost completely orange/etc. but none that I photographed. I hope to do some good fall photography outings in the next couple of months, though.
*I couldn't get a non-blurry shot; he was too fast.