This photo is a mystery to me. If you look to the right of the gold and green trees in the center of the photo you can see a yellow object with a red spot on it. I’m sure it … Continue reading
An early morning sunrise.
A dock that is normally busy in the summer is deserted in late autumn at Yellow Creek State Park, PA, Some bare trees along the lake that have given up their leaves.
We call these snowball bushes, because of their big white flowers in the summer. Then as we enter autumn they turn a shade of pink and then brown before they are gone for the winter.
The old barn on the farm where I lived as a kid.
Just a red and gold colored shrub growing along the road. We call these bushes hedges. A small stream that runs down through the valley.