When I am excited about something, I have a tendency to repeat myself.
And since Fall has provided us with beautiful colors this year—and I consider
that to be terribly exciting—I am sharing a few more fall photos.
The woodpile-bigger-than-my-dog shot is a favorite due to
its painterly appearance but each photo has its own special qualities.
I never tire of this photo showing the lane leading to the back
acreage. Click on the photo to view a larger version.
Bursting milkweed pod is a fall favorite but this one was loaded
I sighted a Mule hiding in the brush. This one happened
to have a steering wheel. Hee haw!!
With color at every turn, I make effort to ignore certain things. But, since my
brain doesn't allow such nonsense, I usually return for a photo.
I removed brambles and brush and dug a campfire pit to create this campsite.
There is a semi-cleared pathway that leads to the creek on the far right.
Matisse must have made a visit.
An unplanned adoption allowed this good-natured black lab
to spend her days exploring wide open spaces. Lucky dog!
Matissed once again.
A calming color palette,
and an empty nest.
Her nose knows no peace. Busy, busy, busy.