Foggy morning

Hi! So a month into the new year, I finally picked up my camera. I know, I said I was going to get back on track with my photography and blog, but frankly I’m sick of winter and just can’t seem to get myself out there to shoot any photos!

But today I’m home with a nasty chest cold, and when I woke up I saw it was still foggy outside and it was really pretty. So despite generally feeling like crap, I bundled up and went for a short drive. Probably wasn’t the best thing to do, but I couldn’t resist. I love foggy mornings. 🙂

 

 

Buffalo in the mist 🙂

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Happy fall :)

Ok, I’ll admit it, I do like fall. I love the colors, the break from the crazy heat, bonfires and definitely pumpkin flavored everything! What I don’t like is what comes after fall! So we’re trying to enjoy the last bit of decent weather, especially this weekend with 80 degrees and lots of sun. 🙂 My husband and I went for a drive to look at the changing leaves and hit up a War of 1812 fall festival yesterday, and I got some great photos.

Love the gold color of the beans

 

Taken from the top of a reservoir, any time of year it's a cool view

 

With our "Indian Summer" going on, the wildflowers are blooming again

 

I don't know what kind of tree this is, but they are everywhere

 

 

Lots of this going on right now in Indiana

 

I like the bright yellow trees

 

This is kind of a brag photo - I'm kind of proud of this one 🙂 These are up at a little church in my town.

Happy Spring!

Got outside yesterday to enjoy the beautiful weather and noticed the plants that are coming up. I like watching flowers come up in the spring, and since I never remember whats buried there or what color they were, it’s a surprise when they bloom. I got some shots of the lillies and other plants around my house.

f/7.1 speed 1/200 ISO 100 55mm

f/7.1 speed 1/200 ISO 100 55mm

f/5.6 speed 1/60 ISO 400 55mm

 We started a little bit of spring cleaning, and that meant for the dogs too. 🙂 They got new collars and Tinker got her summer haircut. She was showing off her new digs.

f/6.3 speed 1/320 ISO100 18mm

f/5.6 speed 1/125 ISO 320 55mm

f/5.6 speed 1/125 ISO 140 55mm

Hope your week ahead is pain-free and goes quickly so we can enjoy another beautiful spring weekend 🙂