Chicago Equinox

Plants 1

I spent Monday evening and part of Tuesday in Chicago at my cousin’s house. Although the leaves are not quite changing colors yet, she had some lovely autumnal arrangements on her porch to welcome the equinox.

Plants 2

Window Box 1

Plants on Stairs

Window Box 2

Now I’m in Indiana and thanks to some anonymous person in my mother’s neighborhood, I’m able to get wifi on their unprotected network so I can still blog! Hope it continues for a few more days.

Plants 3

Bonus Daisies!

Daisies in Chicago

Daisies 2

Today’s another gloomy day in the midwest but it’s supposed to be nice some of the days I’m here…I hope. I miss my AZ sun!

Happy Autumn!

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12 responses to “Chicago Equinox

  1. gorgeous shots and colors. Bring on fall!

  2. well hello there in chicago…relish your fall colors in these shots!

  3. Things are starting to get interesting again (colorwise). The dull summer is over. Thanks for the reminder.

  4. What beautiful colors! I too am looking forward to fall.

  5. Cool shots! It is fun to take a trip but there is no place like home.

  6. Gorgeous fall colors.
    Hope you are having a wonderful trip Candace.

  7. lovely pics 🙂

  8. I hope you are having a great time. Yeah, we spent about three weeks under the clouds here as well and the light for photography was really bad…

  9. A beautiful flower series. The fall colors are on their way! Good luck to find an open wifi to use.

  10. wow, crotons growing outside! Now THAT must be a warm place! We vacationed in FLorida before and I was amazed to see the crotons in people’s yards. They are strictly house plants up here and not very easy to grow at that 🙂

  11. Great foliage shots. Love the bonus daisies with the blue leaves surrounding.

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