Early one morning recently, I went with two friends from the South Shore Camera Club in search of some fall color. The local color this season has not been as bright as one would have hoped. These shots were taken behind the town hall in Hanson. I did like the reflections, so I will definitely return to this spot next year.
Then we headed to Lelan Farm in Middleboro where the owners allowed us to wander about to take a few photographs.
Finally, we visited the Soule Homestead where there are nature trails and you may visit the animals in the pasture. Most of the sheep were neutral about our visit, but these two seemed to enjoy our company. (Carol took the photo below.) Nothing like scratching a few noses to make new friends!
Just the week before I had been in Siena . . . now I was making friends in a sheep pasture. Life is good! :-)
This final shot was taken last weekend while attending a four-day quilt getaway with friends at the Strong House Inn in Vergennes, VT. As always, we had a great time and visited a few quilt shops. I usually go out early each morning and drive around photographing farm scenes, but this time each morning the fog was just too thick. It wouldn't have been safe driving the unfamiliar backroads, but I did manage to make this shot at the falls.