I know many of you have already seen snow this season or have it sticking to the ground by now.
So, before it’s over for us, Fall that is, I thought I’d share my pictures of it, you know, before it’s not that relevant anymore.
Todd and I both agreed it was a bit early this year….color-wise.
It lasted approximately two weeks, about normal. I was home from Kentucky in time to see the tail end of prime time color.
This was taken down the road at one of the fields we hay.
Yah, and this. Shhh…I was kinda supposed to be working.
I took those pictures at the edge of the field…We do crazy stuff here in Michigan but we don’t hay in the trees…just thought I’d throw that out there.
This is “Paddock One”. Not Paddock Two, Ten or Sixteen. Paddock One.
It’s the most picturesque of all the paddocks (or corrals) here on the farm.
This is Paddock Two. I know, I know…horses walking around eating would have made these pictures more…just more.
They’d already been taken in for the night.
They needed to eat inside. Duh.
Man, the color was extremely pretty this year. The leaves didn’t dry up and blow off…
Nor did we get an those bad freezing rains that would have otherwise ripped them off and cast them to Canada.
Nope, this year the color stayed with us and put on one of the prettiest Autumns we’ve had since we moved here.
I hope wherever Fall found you it was beautiful too!
Next up….November stuff like…Corn!
*Picture is of Todd & Co. during the ongoing corn harvest. Thank you Bonnie Shields for a great capture!
P.S. Picture is not of Todd. It is just a simple quiet day dream of his and doesn’t last but more than 10 seconds at a time cause he’d be harvesting corn into next years haying and that wouldn’t really work too well. It’s a nice day dream though and it might be mine not his.