The convertible top was down earlier, but I had put it up by the time I took this photo.
The light at the cemetery, with the high overcast sky, made for some pretty magical light. The orange and yellow of the leaves in their fall color were almost electric.
Here is a series of photos, taken as I went through the cemetery and presented in the order in which they were taken. (No editing on these, except to size them down, sharpen them a tad, and add the watermark.)
Sit back and enjoy some fall color in my little slice of Virginia.
You won't hear from me for the next few days, because this is the weekend of our Greyhounds Rock canine cancer benefit. Today is set up day, and we hit the ground running tomorrow with seminars, speakers, raffles, auctions, and dogs and their humans as far as the eye can see.
(Now I have to see how to post to the Greyhounds Rock Fredericksburg FB page from my phone or iPad. I'm sure I'll figure it out ... if I can, I plan to be posting photos all weekend.)