Having spent most of this holiday weekend working on some much needed painting at home, Daniel and I headed out to see what shots we could find around the Boyertown area. With no success, we headed home. As we passed through Frederick, PA, we could the sun setting over this long abandoned farm on Bog Road (route 73).
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.
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.
As we were out today looking for things to photograph, we came across Fells Road, Lower Salford, PA. As the road dipped down for a few hundred feet, this view quickly came upon us. The sky seemed to be breaking somewhat, and this is the result. I love how there is nothing behind or in front of the horizon except for one tall tree.
I was not able to get out to grab a shot during daylight, so Daniel and I headed into town after supper. We set up at the corner of Main and Broad Streets in Souderton, PA. These buildings are part of the Univest complex. We were trying some long exposures again. I must admit, I am pretty happy with the outcome.