Thursday's high was 61 degrees and many Georgetowners took advantage of the weather by doing yard work and going for walks, runs and bike rides.
Alvaro Chaves, who lives near Rose Park, raked fallen fruit from a ginkgo tree off the sidewalk in front of his house.
"I have to clean it two or three times a day to get rid of this mess," said Chaves. "Other than that, the tree is beautiful. It turns gold in the fall."
Chaves says he goes through two or three rakes a year.
Doug Kingsbury from Adams Morgan set up his painting easel in front of the C&O Canal to work on a painting that he began last week. Kingsbury wanted to take advantage of Thursday's lighting conditions, which were ideal for painting.
"It's a sunny clear day," said Kingsbury.
What is your favorite way to spend a fall day in Georgetown?