This median strip had yellow daffodil and pansies at the end.
There were birch trees along the sidewalks.
As we were driving back to the Southside, I took a photo of the river from the bridge we crossed.
The sun was glowing nicely through these trees.
The sun was setting behind us.
Earlier in the day, my sweet husband bought me a new camera, a Canon Power Shot. I saved using it for the evening, as I knew there was going to be a large full moon, known as a "Super Moon". My old camera isn't capable of taking clear photos of the moon, easily. This camera is.
This is from my balcony. It took a few tries, but I got the camera to focus nicely where the branches right in front of the moon showed up. These branches were far away from the house. I'm impressed with the power and clarity of this camera.
The camera has a "hand held twilight" setting. It rapidly takes 6 photos in low light and then make one clearer shot. This prevents the blurring that taking night photos without a tripod, can create.
This is from the parking lot. I love how powerful the camera is. It picked up stars too!