This morning’s bright sunshine pulled me outside to capture
the beautiful fall morning - despite the frigid 42 degrees on the thermometer!
I bundled up with a jacket, hat and mittens before jumping on the buggy and
cruising around the farm to document the turning of the season.
|Arik would probably tell me that this is a terrible invasive species - but just for right now, I'm going to say it's beautiful.|
|The turning of the season. The lush green grass is actually reed canary grass -- a real pest!|
|Squint and imagine 6 green-winged teal floating on this pond. They flew away before I could snap a picture... I'm still working on "walking softly."|
|View from Husker Barn.|
As more trees continue to turn, I'll snap more photos. Enjoy these beautiful, serene mornings... it won't be long until sub-zero temps and inches of snow appear!
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