Changing Seasons

| 11/4/2015 9:48:00 AM

Tags: Fall, color, Missouri, Mel Boone, camping, bonfire,

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The leaves are starting to change color at the family farm.

Each changing season is another chance for Mother Nature to use her own set of watercolors. With each season, brings a different set of colors. I can't say that I have my favorite season, simply because I know that I can always catch Mother Nature's beauty with my own canvas of choice, my camera.

The fall colors come just in time. The colors blend in well with the Halloween and Thanksgiving holidays and decorations. The colors also make a wonderful back drop as I watch local farmers harvest their corn and soybeans and the hunters head out to the woods in search for their deer and turkey. A few days ago, going out to the farm, I watched a deer cross the black top road. An hour later, as I was leaving the farm, I watched two deer cross the field on the few acres across from the farm house. One of the few times that I left home without my camera. I regret not having it with me. However, I was still in awe how beautiful the scene was with the surrounding trees bursting in gold, red and yellow leaves, sparkling in the morning sun.


Enjoying some fall camping at the Macon Co. Fairgrounds.

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