I thought this pair of pumpkins had been artfully carved, but after photographing them, I realized they are not the genuine article after all! Aw well, they are cute anyway!
In yesterday’s entry, I alluded to the fact that the skies were changing even as I was out on my litle photo-taking adventure. I will show the last of the photos from that trip.
Bill had commented on the descriptive Lake to Lake Road from yesterday’s post. Yes, this really is a road that runs east and west between Canandaigua Lake and Seneca Lake. I love traveling down that road as it is so pretty and offers some spectacular views. I was heading west back to Canandaigua on it and decided to travel all the way to Canandaigua Lake.
I passed by a small swimming area and noticed a large flock of Canada Geese rising and falling up and down like a fisherman’s bobber! Of course I had to stop. The lake was an awesome shade of blue, reflecting the sky, but as a weather front was moving in, the wind was so strong, it was all I could do to hold the camera somewhat steady!
I hopped on over to the Dollar Tree to grab a few little articles we needed. I’m not sure how long I was in the store, but the skies transformed in a short time from crystal blue to dark gray! I happened to catch the weather front in my rear view mirror.
That almost looks fake, doesn’t it?
Well, as I stated yesterday, like all good things, my fabulous little journey had to come to an end. Responsibilities do call. My last photo is located just a short distance from our house…..Suffice it to say this one is simply a vineyard clothed in its autumn attire!