Back in July I posted a series of pictures from the Japanese gardens in Fort Worth, Texas. At the time I promise to post more pictures of the gardens in subsequent seasons. As the leaves start to turn in response to the cooler weather brought on by fall, the gardens have evolved vibrant seasonal colors.
These photos were taken just as color started to dominate the trees. Over the next couple weekends I hope to take more pictures as the colors evolve.
The gardeners placed pots of mums throughout the garden. Originally, I thought this was kind of strange as I rarely associate mums with Japanese gardens. However, as the leaves take color the mums become a vibrant accentuation.
Sitting among a sea of pink Japanese Maple is the resident blue Heron Gobbler.
Now I shall leave you with a video of me feeding the Koi. Over the last few months I have trained a couple dozen Koi to allow me to hand feed them. Unfortunately, it is hard to hold a camera while dropping food into fish mouths. So, the video is not great.