This is an old Maple tree that is showing three colors at a time.
This is the road side of the forest preserve that leads to the Deerfield
This is the interior of the preserve heading to the horse trail.
Dear Auntie Patti Koh
This noon, I was passing by the forest preserve near my work and decided to take my lunch inside the preserve. There were only few cars inside the forest preserve. As I have counted it, there were at least 6 cars parked at the parking lot facing the Chicago River North fork of the Deerfield Forest Preserve.
This was a former Indian Reservation and it is still being kept by the Forest Preserve people in good order and shape. No trees are being cut and the animals are still left to roam around. It was so beautiful and the colors of fall is so bright and colorful.
I love the entire place. It was so colorful watching the leaves being blown by the wind and then it falls on the ground. It looks like every minute and every hour the leaves started to change its colors and starts to fall. It was so quiet in this place, very tranquil and so nice to do some meditation.
I was watching the flow of the river where I parked and so some geese floating in the water waiting for the weather to change so that they could fly south.
And so Auntie Patti Koh, I had a nice lunch break and was able to do some meditation inside the forest preserve of Deerfield. I wish you had been there also.