Changing Seasons

Autumn is here!

Zürich, Switzerland

Peterskirche, Zürich

Autumn is here.  Not just because of all of those chestnut stands spotted around town, but because of the gorgeous palette of colors that now dot the horizon.  There’s a subtle crispness in the air, letting us all know that winter is not far away.  The wind blows through the trees and their leaves fall like confetti.  They flutter about, making sounds like a bowl of Rice Krispies that never gets soggy – Snap Crackle and Pop all day long.  Walking through the dry leaves is like crushing potato chips beneath my feet.  I love the sounds and the colors of the fall season, and I’m especially looking forward to going to the market, to see what new produce has taken center stage.  I’m imagining multicolored carrots and squash with fun shapes and names, various root vegetables and real hearty breads.  Stay tuned.

For now, a small taste of autumn in Switzerland – a few of the colorful landscapes in three different cities, Zürich, Kempraten and Zug.  Next up will be a real taste for me, autumn at the market!

Kempraten, Switzerland

Kempraten, Switzerland

Zug, Switzerland

Zug, Switzerland

Zug, Switzerland

Zug, Switzerland

Old Town, Zürich, Switzerland

Peterskirche, Zürich

Zürich, Switzerland

Old Town, Zürich

3 Responses to “Changing Seasons”

  1. Lani says:

    Absolutely breath taking photos of Switzerland in the fall. I can just hear the crackling of the leaves under your feet….love it

  2. Nina Larkin says:

    Kerrin, You have the photographers eye: the colors, the details, and of course the heart of the subject! Nina

  3. michele says:

    Love the two leaves falling in the first photo!! We are enjoying the New England fall foliage here in Needham, MA but it’s just not quite as lovely with the alps in the distance:)

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