It's still surprisingly warm for October. We had a cab driver recently who told us he's lived in Cambridge all his life - he was 70 - and that when he was a kid it was always much colder by now, and sometimes even snowed. I don't know for sure if I believe him, but when he arrived at our door he asked if "the two English nurses" (the former tenants of our apartment) still lived in the building, so perhaps we should trust his memory.
Anyway, global warming or no, I still managed to spot some signs of fall on the walk I took today.
This treetop was starting to think about turning:
Tomatoes in a community garden, getting ripe:
Summer flowers dried into husks:
Autumn sunflowers going strong:
Seasonal ravioli at Mike's Restaurant in Davis Square. Yes, please!
This tree got tired of waiting for everyone else.