fall leaf sun aka maplevilion

On a lovely sunny autumn mid-morning, I walked into East Somerville on Pearl St. To the left ahead was a park, with some steps down into it that led directly into a wooden pavilion, sort of like a full-window-walled cabin with the windows just openings. There were smallish maples adjacent with stunning yellow and maybe also red leaves. The sun was shining in from the right as I went in and was diffusing wondrously through the maple leaves; it seemed like all I could see through the windows from some spots was the illuminated leaves. I think there was a rustic kitchen setup inside the pavilion, with counters, a sink, a range, etc. There were a few other people around, mostly parents and kids seemingly.

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