I love barns and always think about stopping to take photos of them, but usually I am on my way some place and don’t bother stopping. When we were in Michigan a couple of years ago, there were barns everywhere that I wanted to take photos of. But, alas, we were only in town for less than a week for my cousins wedding, and we were always too busy to stop and take photos. It would be nice to go back some time and be able to stop and take photos at a more leisurely pace. Last week I stopped to take photos of a couple of beautiful red barns on my way home from a friends house, and I realized I really should do that more often. Here are some of my own photos and a few more I liked.
I am enjoying all the beautiful fall colors out there and keep taking tons of photos of them all. We’ve had such glorious fall weather this year! Usually it is much cooler and rainier by now and I’m having a hard time enjoying fall because it’s already way too cold out and feels like winter is coming. But not this year. We are gradually getting cold rainy days mixed into the warm ones, so I’ve been out taking lots of photos, catching all the fall colors before they are gone. Here are some of my favorite fall photos.
Fall colors, Red Sunset Park, Gresham, OR
Heart shaped leaves at Edgefield Mcmenamins, Troutdale, OR
Sunlit fall leaf in the Camassia Natural Area, West Linn, Oregon