One of the things I love about the Christmas season is all of the little stands that pop up on our back roads selling trees and what not. I have passed this little stand since Thanksgiving, and with the rain clouds finally breaking up, I decided to get out a take some shots. The is at the intersection of Barndt and Deitz Mill Roads in Salford, PA.
This is a small pond along the Indian Creek in Earlington, PA. It is one of the spots I get to drive by on the way home from work each day. This view is from the road of the same name, Indian Creek Road.
I just love this farm on Schwenksville Road, in Upper Salford Township. It's time to get your corn stalks, pumpkins, gourds and straw bales, as harvest time is in full swing. Fall colors continue to creep in.
I decided to check out a spot that I am eyeing up for fall foliage. This is a little pond on Ridge Valley Road. The barn is is the same one that I shot the old cars in back on March 26th. Imagine this with all the colors of fall!
The sky looked like it was set up for a perfect mackerel sky, but a stubborn cloud had different ideas. Still, this sunrise along Cowpath Road in Telford isn't so bad either. I pass this farm every morning on the way to work.
I don;t know about sailors, but they sure are a photographers delight! Having worked a 12 hour day, I did not have much time to get afield tonight. I got home at 7:21, grabbed my gear and ran out. The red sky caught my attention over this once busy farm.
I could not help but head out tonight to grab some shots of this stalled front that was set up just south of us. I love this green barn, and the lit up clouds just parked themselves right above for a great backdrop. Enjoy!
This is a farm over on North Charlotte Street in Gilbertsville, PA, that we have been wanting to shoot for almost 6 months. This shot is actually taken from the YMCA parking lot. This is also my first stab at HDR.
Driving around some after work, Spring Mount Ski Area caught my eye, sitting beyond this farm on Shelly Road, in Upper Salford, PA. Hard to believe it's late March, with some snow in the forecast for tonight.
This is the epitome of a grab shot! I was late getting out of work tonight, and with Sean's point and shoot camera in hand, I was roaming the countryside when the corner of my eye caught the sunlight through the slats in the barn. I literally stopped the Jeep and grabbed this before some cars came up on me. Taken on Mill Road in Lower Salford, PA.
We woke up this morning to 6-8 inches of fresh snow. Even at age 47, I am still excited (and jealous) when my kids get the day off from school. This is the view from our living room (I just had to turn the Christmas lights on). Doesn't it look so inviting? There's nothing like a snowy winter morning!