The colors of fall are one of my favorite times. Here are a few of my favorites from New England.
Taken near a bog in Maine. These were on the side of a path. I gave it no thought when I snapped the image. I guess it was the color, but it’s actually kind of nice.
I was fascinated by the large round bales. This shot was all about textures and colors. A pretty large leap from my main stay of nature / wildlife.
This is an old saw mill, cutting Maine timber to lumber. It is located in the Maine Logging Museum, Leonard’s Mills, Maine.
Lots of pulleys, winches, and sharp things so I kept my distance.
This is the second set taken early evening in Milo, Maine. We had just enough light left for these photographs.
This is part of the Sebec river as it runs through Milo. Three rivers meet here a little further on. The area is known as Three Rivers.
Two photographs in the early evening. There was nothing planned about this, we were passing through and jumped out of the car.
We were coming from a wedding and had all of our gear in the back. All we did was grab ‘some stuff’ and run around by the river while we had a bit of light.
Taken in Leonard’s Mills, Maine. Sunny and a perfect 70 degree day. I had forgotten what a chilly night and cool day was like.