Sunday, October 27, 2013

Sunday Stills: Fall Color

The Sunday Stills Challenge this week was Fall Color. 

Most of the colorful leaves have fallen here in Minnesota.  BUT I did take some photos earlier this month.

Maple Leaves (2)

October 03, 2013

Sunlight in the woods

October 6 2013 sunlight in the woods.

The Tamaracks or Larch started to change color this week.

Tamarack on Macks Hill

They are Falls last hurrah in these parts.

Tamarack or Larix laricina

October 25, 2013

Have a great week everyone.  I hope you are having a beautiful warm Fall wherever you live:)

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Sunday Stills : Shorelines

The Sunday Stills Challenge this week was shorelines.  Well since Minnesota is land of 10,000 or more lakes here are a few from this week.

Shoreline Fishook River

October 12, 2013 The Fishhook River at Deane Park.

Chance on a rock on the shoreline

October 13, 2013 Chance on a rock on the shoreline of Leech Lake.

Twin Lake Oct 16

One of the Twin Lakes on October 16, 2013.

Spirit Lake

Spirit Lake on October 16, 2013 looking like the perfect “Land of Sky Blue Waters”

Shoreline  Bottomless Lake Oct 17

The far shore of Bottomless Lake looking like a painting.

Shoreline Bottomless Lake TWo

The south shore of Bottomless Lake on October 17, 2013.

Have a good week everyone:)

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Sunday Stills : Landscapes

The Sunday Stills Challenge this week was Landscapes.   So here are some Minnesota landscapes.

Pea Field

A neighbors field.


Fall colors near Beauty Lake.


Fall colors near Leech Lake.


Fall color along the Wolf Lake Tower Road.

Have a great week everyone:)

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Sunday Stills: Birds

The Sunday Stills Challenge this week is birds.  We have lots of Bald Eagles in the area.  They are always out hunting for road kill.



We also have Wild Turkeys.

Most of our summer birds have migrated out.  We still have Nuthatches, Chickadees and Woodpeckers that will stay the entire winter.   I think they are relieved to have the place to themselves after the “tourist” birds left.


More than likely Canada Geese heading south.

Have a good week everyone:)