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October. Crisp breezes are already beginning to sting your cheeks here, and the burden of keeping a warm nose has begun to cross your mind. Wool clothingstuff, of course your hats, gloves, scarves, etc., have all been pulled out, restocked, and rearranged on your shelves.

Without a doubt (as life works like this), but fortunately, our so-called “Indian summer” made a comeback this weekend.

No, we didn’t go swimming. We did manage to take long walk though, practically basking in the sun over the course of several hours next to the Danube River. Here are a few shots from the adventure.

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The water’s reflection.

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The colors of mid-autumn are beginning to take hold. Dying leaves shriveling in the mud makes for the pungent, fertilizing odor that is so familiar this time of the year.

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Here, the sun bursting through the leaves of the old birch trees.

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