￼I did this one last Saturday, in an unexpected sunbreak.
It's a tree in my neighbor's front yard, which he dolled up something special for the season. I stood on his parking strip, and we had a long-distance conversation between the street and his porch. (And then he waited patiently until I'd finished, so he could come out and rake up his leaves.)
While I was there a hummingbird - a male Anna's - came to investigate the tree, probing every single ornament, in hopes it was a flower or a feeder. And then flew away in a huff.
Then, this morning I braved the iffy weather, dodging both rain and other people, and walked down to Pioneer Courthouse Square to sketch the tree.
I haven't been downtown in ages. The number of empty storefronts is scary. And these colorful circles are painted in the square and on the surrounding sidewalks. I assume that they're social distancing markers.