On the Blackland Prairie we don’t have the knock-your-socks-off colors other areas experience each autumn, but it’s here if you take the time to find it. On one of my daily walks this week in Taylor, I was impressed by a regal cypress tree in Bull Branch Park. Later, near daylight’s conclusion, I returned with a camera. The morning light was really better, but I made some photos anyway. As the sun faded, however, the tree’s qualities were enhanced by light from a baseball field where a team of youngsters were practicing. I dashed to my car, grabbed the tripod and made a few more photos. The lights from the ball field stayed on until I was finished. As I packed up the tripod, the lights went out. That’s okay. I was done.