Friday, October 14, 2011



Just a few pictures captured from some of my daily treks through the roads, in my part of the country.
This is often the road I use, when coming home from our daughter's home.



There are days that I just cannot help myself.  I have to stop along the road and grab my camera, especially this time of the year.




I pass this creek often, I find it so interesting, how it changes it's look, with each new season. 







  I paid a visit to a beautiful, very informative, and educational blog from New York.  The blog is "millefiorifavoriti.blogspot.com/".  Pat does a great job in sharing all the fascinating places that she visits in her home state of New York. If you have a few extra minutes, you would enjoy visiting her blog.  Landscapes on the blogs I visit, each have their own uniqueness, and that is one of the aspects of the blog world that I find quite fascinating.







The views on this road are spectacular!




More than ever, I appreciate the farmers and what they contribute to our country.  Their hard work and dedication to the land, continue to teach me and my grandchildren, as we drive by their farms.

Seems like only minutes ago, I was wishing you a good weekend last Friday, and here we are at Friday again.  Time certainly seems to be moving at record speed.

Wishing you some moments to relax and take in the beauty of this glorious time of the year.

10 comments:

Rach said...

Love those fall landscapes!

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Love Being A Nonny said...

Oh I love these pictures. Together with your music it was so relaxing to look through them. That farm is FABULOUS!

ajwatson722 said...

Oh these pictures are beautiful! I grew up in the prettiest place ever! Can't wait to come home and breathe the fresh farm air in a few weeks!:)

Happy@Home said...

The roads you travel look so pretty and peaceful. I prefer that kind of driving to busy expressways.
Getting a glimpse into other regions is one of my favorite aspects of blogging too. I read Pat's blog and think she does a wonderful job of providing informative posts on NYC and beyond. I always want to take a trip after reading them :-).

lindsey said...

Great photos... I am popping over to that blog now, I love New York!

Judy ~ My Front Porch said...

Beautiful snapshots from your part of the world! Have a wonderful weekend.

corners of my life said...

Simple pleasures at its best.

Sassy Granny ... said...

I love farmland and pastoral scenes; and I especially love seeing them through your eyes!

There's a valley just below our home, call the Sumner/Orting Valley. It sits beneath Mt. Rainier gaze, and for years it's been home to daffodil & tulip fields, dairies, berry farms & modest homes. When I was a child that's where we often took our Sunday drives (by way of D.Q.).

You've not only shared the beauty there, but you've allowed me to relive some of it here, too.

Thank you.

Grand Occasions said...

Hi Judy! I just exited the 2011 wedding tunnel last night and am looking forward to catching up on things. I've missed visiting and will be back soon. Happy Fall!!
Lots of hugs,
Elizabeth

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