On one of our walks today Reggie and I stopped at the treehouse. I love that it’s completely natural for this dog to climb the stairs and survey his domain.
Like me, he seemed to be in a contemplative mood, and was seemingly happy to sit for photos on demand. Until he got the scent of our neighbour’s dog and ran off, out of the picture. So much for feeling in step with my regular walking companion.
Our wanderings revealed that most of the trees have shed their leaves. It’s quite barren looking around much of our land now. Just a couple of weeks ago fall leaves were in their glory here and I got to take some pictures at the property of a new client and friend.
The day was beautifully hot and sunny, an infrequent but not completely unheard of occurrence at this time of year. The cold weather had already arrived here at least a couple of weeks before that, as evidenced by this shot of my youngest. Needing a day off school he accompanied me on a photo shoot at a nearby horse farm, and we both ended up with frozen fingers in the cutting wind.
Just looking at this photograph now makes me feel chilled and toasty warm at the same time.
Last year was the first time that I participated in National Blog Posting Month, and I think I’m game to do it again this year. So, all things being equal, I should be popping up here every day for the next 29 days. If I have time with all the great reading that I know will be in front of me!