|A tree along a road beside our house.|
I was about to go back to my place and start going through yesterday's metrics from YouTube, AdSense and Amazon as I normally do when I had this sudden urge to go for a walk outside instead. So I walked up Old Post Lane to where the Inn––a house we used to live in was before it burned down.
It was beautiful.
The Inn looked out across a valley and you can see just about all of Coryland Pennsylvania from there. The leaves are almost at peak, and I got there just in time to hear––then see––the first flock of geese heading south across the valley. Seems ironic as it's been unseasonably warm the last four days, but I guess they know what's coming, whereas humans like me can trick themselves into thinking it's supposed to be this way.
I didn't take a camera this morning, but yesterday afternoon I did something very similar, and took some photos.
|The clouds were making patches of light and|
shadow on the ground, and while it made getting the right
exposure a challenge I thought the interplay
between them was pretty striking.
|Another one with that going on.|
|So snapdragons aren't leaves, but I couldn't resist.|
|Evergreen vs. deciduous. The age old battle.|