Valery Jorgensen Fall COMA 343 Gallery By Valery Jorgensen on October 14, 2013 • ( 0 ) Fall boots are becoming normal shoe attire as the weather becomes colder outside. The Pacific Northwest trees fall colors are in full effect this year. Arrays of yellows, oranges, reds, purples and browns can be seen on trees. The Pacific Lutheran Football team is undefeated thus far this season. Football is America’s pass time in the fall months. The sun peaks out from a cluster of trees on a brisk October morning. Washington may be known for its rain but the sun is still making an appearance this fall. Trees around the Puget Sound are changing colors, showing that fall has arrived. Fog covers Foss Field on a cold, fall morning. This week fog is suppose to burn off by mid-day leaving sunny weather in the afternoons. Students stroll around campus between classes. Christmas season is around the corner, and Parkland residents have started hanging lights in celebration. Fred Meyer is one store already carrying Christmas lights this fall. Moss grows on tree trunks in a Parkland backyard. With the wet weather, resident Katie Patton explained how many trees in her yard grow moss. Leaves are beginning their descent from the heights of the tree branches to the ground. All around campus leaves are scattered. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...‹ Sussman-Fall is Here!Orchard Park Adventure ›Categories: Other Related Articles U.S. legal drinking age does more damage than good Father May Be Costing His Son Millions “You’re studying what?” Why it’s important to study history Why Are Indigenous Mascots Still a Thing?