The morning was wrapped in fog on the countryside. A short stop at the Utica Mills Covered Bridge for another perspective before heading over to Cunningham Falls State Park.
Cunningham falls were full from all of the rain this week. Autumn colors beginning to show in the cool Catoctin Mountains.
On the way home a stop at Larriland Pick Your Own Farm to enjoy the beautiful variety of the fall squash harvest. Oh the squash, the wonderfully colorful and unique squash. Imagine, all of these are edible.
And nothing embodies the fall weather than Rainbow Indian Corn hanging high in a barn’s eaves.
A truly picture perfect early autumn day. Driving with the top down with the sun shining and the wind blowing through my hair. Life doesn’t get any better than this.
Keep close to Nature’s heart… and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.
Categories: 2013 Project 365, Foot Prints, Nature, travel
Peaceful sights and warm colors…love it 🙂
Appreciate your comment Andy. Makes me smile when you like my pics. 🙂
How can I not? they are always beautiful 🙂
I love these images, so full of fall color! That covered bridge is so charming!
Thanks Susan ! Can’t wait to see what you’ll shoot in this time of year.
Love these images !
Thanks Susan ! Hope you’re doing well. 🙂
Love the bridge in the fog!
Thanks for reminding me to visit the farm market down the street to stock up on a few squash, apple butter, and a few other things before they close for the season.
I hope that you did take full advantage of the weather, as it’s changing drastically here, and it’s only a matter of time before you’ll be getting the cold rain.
You’re right Jerry ! I’m so glad that I went out and enjoyed the day. Today is overcast, tomorrow rain. Sigh….
Wonderful images, they capture the beauty of autumn… lovely!
Thank you so much ! It truly embodies what America is to me. 🙂
I’ll miss the top down on my car in about a month! I’m still a trooper. Tops down until about 40 F.
And crank up the heat right? 🙂
Oh, how I love the colors of Fall! Beautiful images.
Thanks Cynthia ! It’s amazing the bright colors of fall. I love them so much and the variety of places the colors show up in.
Every season has its treasures. That Rainbow Indian Corn is amazing: you could almost make jewellery with it. Great photos!
Thank you so much my dear.
Loving your captures – makes me want to get outside in a pumpkin field or apple orchard:)
Oh there is more..just wait ! You need to get out and enjoy the joy of autumn.
I love that covered bridge shot!