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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Red leaves, fall berries & last views of color. Note: if you are afraid of spiders at all, do not click to read more! (Becky, this means you!) Advertisements
The title pretty much says it all: I photographed the beautiful, warm, golden hour or so around sunset Saturday night. All photographers know that this hour, along with the corresponding hour in the morning, is the perfect time to photograph. … Continue reading
Gayle is this incredible friend of Jules’ mom & the owner/operator of an organic farm & soap house. She’s also the host of an art show each spring where I’ll be selling some of my photos, but that’s beside the … Continue reading
While I was in Osceola this weekend, we went by a farm that specializes in pumpkins, gourds & other fall decorations. Jules’ mom is a big fan of Halloween & wanted to stock up on her decorations. I’d never really … Continue reading
It’s over, the home football season is over. The Wildcats played their final home game of the season Friday night, which they won handily, so I am free of football fear for another year. It’s not that I dislike the … Continue reading
This weekend I went to a bonfire with my sister’s family and had a blast! I love bonfires and s’mores and hayrides and roasting hotdogs and everything else associated with all of the aforementioned things.