• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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22 October 2008


oh steph, how beautiful!!! what gorgeous colours. wow.
and thank you so much for the picture!!! i LOVE it (even if the beer cans there). i just cant get over how many colours there are!
and i like how you said at the beginning how these surroundings make you 'so content with the world'. i know this feeling. xxx

as always, wonderful photos and lovely thoughts :-)

Well, it all sounds gorgeous, and I have a good imagination, so who cares about the 45 missing images?

Wow! What gorgeous colours! What a delightful day. Pity we didn't see all of it. I can only imagine!

Oh those autumn colors and snow! What a wonderful road trip. We've gone 100 miles roundtrip for a pumpkin farm before.

LOL! I had to do a double take because the link to Maltby cafe was highlighted, so naturally it was the first thing my eyes noticed. We live near Maltby (in the UK) and I had a moment of scatty confusion at the photos :)

Absolutely beautiful photos, I love autumn so much because of the colours it brings!

Ah, the memories! My Dad grew up on a farm in Cathcart and when we go to visit the farm, we stop in at the Maltby Cafe (as well as the Flower Farm). I miss that area, but over here in the desert has it's pluses, i.e. less rain! Have a great week. Cheers.

thank you for this virtual road trip :) these photos are so so gorgeous... i feel the essence of autumn in all of them! and now i'm craving the open road too...

This *really* makes me love where I live. Such fantastic pics.

My first visit to your blog - your photos are stunning! Your blog is wonderful! Love your fresh outlook on life - 'will be back!
May 24/09

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