2011 Project 365 – Week Forty-One
What a glorious week! The weather has been fabulous. And now I’m about to sound like a person who can’t make up her mind. Yes, I love warmer weather and yes, I really don’t look forward to winter. But every time we have such beautiful days in October I start thinking about climate change and how we kind of need winter around for ecological reasons. Just call me the Bug of Doom. Sigh. But! Glorious days! So there’s that.
Sunday, October 2nd
Look who came to visit our yard! It’s ole Whitey, the Albino Squirrel.
One of the last hummers of fall.
Monday, October 3rd
Dr. M travels this road on his way home from school some days. It’s one of our favorites.
I don’t know why – I just really needed a picture of the hay in the back of the truck parked at our favorite Mexican restaurant.
Tuesday, October 4th
Dr. M took pictures of one of our favorite barns and silo.
I went out to my car at lunch to warm up & listen to my audio book. I could smell the car next to me as I walked up (its windows were down).
The State of the Bug – disgusted!
Wednesday, October 5th
Dr. M saw a couple of red tailed hawks on his way home from school.
And a gorgeous tree.
Thursday, October 6th
Harvesting soybeans is dusty work!
Friday, October 7th
Bee on the basil.
The Bug Household is even more ready for Halloween than last week!
Saturday, October 8th
We took a ramble today to check out the fall color. We found some.
I don’t know. Ben Franklin might have thought the turkey was more noble than the eagle, but it sure isn’t prettier!
We visited one of the local covered bridges. We love the area around it – reminds us of our Western North Carolina mountains.
Go to Sara’s blog here to see the blogs of all the other Project 365 participants. Have a great week!
Most of our photos are taken with a 12 megapixel Nikon D5000 DSLR, using a 55-200mm zoom lens. This is the camera that Dr. M takes with him most days. We also take pictures with our old reliable 7 megapixel Canon Powershot A710. This is the camera that the Bug uses most of the time. If you’re interested in which camera was used for a particular shot, just ask!