I am so excited that the winter ground is transitioning from this…
Winter has been interrupted by the green grass springing up everywhere. This makes me giddy and I’m looking forward to change. Change is good.
We had a beautiful blanket of snow yesterday morning and by afternoon it began to melt away. Autumn leaves were peeking through the slushy snow and some are still hanging on to the tree limbs. I’m sure the wind this weekend will take them all away but I’m going to hold on to this sight for a while.
Have a great weekend!
I made my way down to the river to see what or even if I could see. It was so peaceful.
Here is the foggy version of Country Road.
Love this funky tree.
I think these last two are my fav’s.
We woke up to low lying clouds yesterday morning. I put the coffee on, fed Matilda and out the door my camera and I went. This image is my favorite but I have a few more. I’ll share the rest with you tomorrow.
Have a great Saturday!
The country road that takes me home.
The cottonwoods are changing from green to gold overnight. I love this time of year.
Woohoo, it’s Friday!
With ears flapping in the wind and slobber splashing your cheeks, I hope you get outside and have a great first weekend of Autumn!
I look forward to getting back to our regular drives to check on the cattle in the hills. You never know who you’ll run into at supper time.
It’s important to take a break during the hectic “city life”.
I’m enjoying the occasional nature walk with my nephew around the pond out back.
We stumbled upon this mushroom while feeding the fishies.
And we’ve collected colorful leaves and put them in our pink bucket.
Last week, Patrick and I made a trip back to my roots to see family. We left the ranch with snow covering the ground and arrived to a warmer climate where they are still enjoying fall.
I, along with Dad and my best friend Terri and cowboy Patrick, photographed my baby cousins wedding and it was such a beautiful and happy occasion. She’s all grown up but I still see her as my little 12 year old cuz! My, how time flies.
And I’m most excited about meeting my brand new 3 week old nephew. He’s so sweet and snugly.
Baby Trent and his big brother Joey are storing a lot of sugar in their cheeks for me to consume while I’m here.
For the next couple of weeks, these blog posts will be reports from Georgia. I have a full schedule with photo shoots, good times with family and friends, and maybe even a concert or two.
Be well y’all!
Love the rich red of this currant bush! Thanks to a friend of the blog for letting me know what kind of bush this is as I’m still learning what grows out here in the hills of Wyo.
PS: They are really pretty in the snow too!
Bokeh is a term in photography that refers to the blur that occurs outside of the depth of field of the image. It’s the sparkle from the points of light in the out of focus background. And the suns rays in this image coming in from the left are simply a beautiful bonus.
Fall is in full swing and I enjoyed an evening drive and hike yesterday. The wind is calm if only for a moment so I’m collecting my fall images while I can. I get excited with the change of seasons so please hang with me while I share a bit of autumn beauty in Wyoming with you for the next few posts.
Your 70mph winds this morning makes my desk shake and the windows rattle.
Just please save some golden leaves on the trees so that I can have one more photo shoot before the white stuff falls from the sky.
Only a few beauties left on this shrub.
We’ve been outside a lot enjoying the last little bit of warmth so not much time for blogging this last week. But the cattle will be coming home from the Plains next week. I can’t wait to have them in the meadows again.
Have a great weekend. I’ll be in touch soon!