Today is my 9th blog-versary, when I was invited to be a USk Seattle blog correspondent. Fortunately it was perfect sketching weather so I went out looking for fall color. Gene Coulon Park, along Lake Washington in Renton, is one of my usual places to find brilliantly colored trees. It’s still a bit early for the best color but I did find some.
I sat at the side of the street to sketch the view across. Bicyclists and the occasional police officer waved at me.
I found a spot looking back across the beach toward the Interface statue, with some Canada geese.
Earlier in the week I’d also found a bit of color in a parking lot at Southcenter.