I know it’s cliché to say but I don’t care. October is my favorite color. 🙂
Here is a shot toward Laramie Peak at sunset to prove it. The wind has taken a lot of our leaves which means winter is coming. But I will hold on to this feeling for a while. It’s been a couple of really great months out here in the wild west.
Our last art guild meeting took us on a barn tour. We’ve done this once before and it was a blast. We had the same blustery weather as the last one so it made for some soft lighting and an interesting sky. A lot of the barns in our area were built in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Here are just a few shots from that day.
The Shepard Barn
Wood-vine and plain old nature is taking over this little homestead near the Douglas Barn.
The Artery Barn
I just love the way the texture of barn wood photographs. And the old rusty horseshoes and metal fence make a nice subject as well.
Until next time…
I took an evening walk down to the river to scout out spots for upcoming portrait sessions and caught this gorgeous rainbow over the bluffs.
Happy fall y’all!