This beautiful old oak is in a neighbour's garden.
Those leaves will be there about one more week.
And so to the MonoMonday wrap up.
There was a large number of entries and I found it even harder than usual to choose just five.
I toyed with the idea of giving out ten hearts, but thought that would be a precedent I shouldn't set.
There was a great variety of creative responses and a lot of blippers had gone to a deal of trouble. I learnt quite a bit about many of you.
I hope you've checked them out. If not, you know where to go.
I daresay many of you will disagree, but no correspondence will be entered into:))
So, without further ado:
If you don't have time to check out all of them, the ones below also deserve a look.
Confirmed Cases 6 745
US cases of the virus have doubled in just 18 days and now exceed one million, roughly one-third of all the world's cases.
About seven million Australians still need to sign up to the government's contact tracing app, "Before we can transition to a Covid-safe economy." the government says.
The national death toll reached 90 this afternoon, with another death from aged care facility Newmarch House in western Sydney, which has lost 12 residents to the coronavirus.
NSW recorded 11 new cases yesterday, from 5400 tests. The goal is to conduct 8000 tests a day, so the message remains: scratchy throat, slight sniffle - get tested.