“Autumn is a second spring, when every leaf is a flower,” wrote Albert Camus.

I could not agree more. Looking out my windows this week, I see the treetops around the Shaker Lakes and Cleveland’s east side have suddenly changed. Dark green pines contrast against the new golden yellows, flaming oranges and burgundy reds.

I am excited to watch the colorful foliage evolve throughout this month, turning the lush landscape into a vast garden.