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.
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!
It is continuing to be a beautiful fall season. These foggy mornings make me feel British. 🙂
I love a good walk by the river.
The first signs of autumn are showing. It’s comforting to hear the trickle of the river and cottonwood leaves falling in the slightest breeze.
Everywhere I turn, there is a calming beauty that surrounds us and I love breathing it in.
Sunsets are becoming even more magical as we draw closer to the cool crisp air of the autumn months.
Sandhill Cranes take flight once the sun is behind the mountains.
Look at that cloud down low. Looks like a funnel doesn’t it? Not sure what you’d call that but I know is wasn’t a tornado.
I hope you are enjoying the first days of Autumn. Here’s to colorful backdrops, rich sunsets and pumpkin spice everything!
Thinking about our gorgeous fall leaves on this overcast and rainy day. This girl decided to bathe and take a sip while I was setting up for a portrait session one morning. She made her way across and grazed in the sunshine after a while. I love the grass and water dripping from her mouth. She looks quite content with her surroundings.
The leaves have all but dropped but I grabbed this scene early one morning a couple weeks ago. As the sun slowly rose, the light was a rich turquoise for a few moments through the thick fog. A day late for a Halloween photo but it’s kinda spooky, eh? 🙂
Hope you all had a safe and happy Halloween.
Hey folks! I just wanted to pop in for a quick minute and say hi. I am so fortunate to have been working with some awesome families for their portraits during this beautiful fall season and have been neglecting the blog and other social media for a while. My current editing list contains 7 more sessions to process and deliver and several more on the calendar. I am so grateful for the work and have enjoyed the mornings and afternoons spent with new and repeat clients. It has been a blast so far!
So hang with me and I’ll be back to blogging regularly soon enough. The leaves are falling fast and I just love this time of year. I thought this leaf in the tall weeds looked like a fish. 🙂
Hope you all are doing well. Hugs and kisses from me and Tilda Marie!
Another golden evening in the meadows.
The grass is so tall it makes for easy eating for the cattle. They aren’t having to work too hard right now. I call them the lazy grazers, lovingly of course. 🙂
We have been blessed with some beautiful days as we ease into Fall. I share this view with you a lot because I am so thankful for it. The cows are home, all are bred and we are gearing up for another winter. But before the first snowflakes fly, I have portrait sessions scheduled this month with this as the backdrop. Pretty awesome don’t you think? Have a beautiful day my friends! 🙂
Something called ‘sun’ made a brief appearance during this winter storm we are currently experiencing. It happened on Sunday and the land was all a’glitter.
During almost all of my Fall photo shoots this year, the horses and cows were always right there to see if we had something for them. Most times the were just a nuisance really. Good ole Gray kept us entertained one afternoon with his happy roll in the hay. Needless to say I had some laughing and smiling clients after that little show.
Happy Hump Day friends! We are half way through the week. Wahoo!
I couldn’t see a thing this morning.
The fog was so thick and the cows somehow trailed their way to the closest meadow near the house.
Once it began to lift, the gorgeous colors of fall appeared.
The grass glittered in the sunlight and now the sun is shining clear and bright.
What a peaceful way to start the day. Have a good one folks!
We have had some stormy days this fall, and when the sun comes out afterwards, the light is incredible. The sky is a deep blue, purple and turquoise which makes the contrast of our gold and green earth simply stunning.
We are all enjoying these little details of a Wyoming autumn. I find myself giggling with joy when I walk around the meadows. And my clients that have come out for portraits tend to giggle with joy at the beauty as well. We are cherishing these gorgeous days. I hope you are enjoying your autumn as well. Happy Monday my friends!
While taking a walk by the river I felt big round eyeballs staring at me. I followed this owl from one limb to another to get my shot. I couldn’t get any closer than this. I’ve always complained about that and they never comply. Oh well, I’ll keep at ’em. He and I both are hoping these beautiful leaves hang on the trees just a little bit longer.
Have a great weekend folks!
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!