One time I was driving by this cemetery and a red tail hawk was on this grave but I didn't have my camera. So every time I go by I look to see if I can capture that moment again. Yesterday this crow was sitting on it and I did have my camera. It may not be a hawk but I sill like how it looks.
Woke up to a foggy morning on Saturday and I decided to go out to see what photo ops there were. As I was driving along old Lebanon road I saw this trail into the trees. The fog gave it an ethereal quality that really worked in black and white.
Sunday evening was Witch's night out in Lebanon. The streets were full of witches, a few warlocks and other assorted characters. It was a lot of fun and the weather was great. Can't wait for next year.
We went on another haunted walking tour this last Sunday, this time in Lebanon. The walks are just so much more than hearing ghost stories, it's also the history of the town and area. Lebanon is a wonderful little town and just a few miles down the road. This photo is from inside the Mermaid House.
Went to Horseshoe Lake this evening with Ian as he wanted to go fishing. It's usually a great place for photos with all the herons and other birds. But tonight the fish and birds were not cooperating. However I noticed that the leaves are starting to turn and was able to catch this great reflection in the water.
One of the many examples of graffiti art along the graffiti wall in St. Louis. It is the flood barrier that runs from south of the arch for a few miles. Full of interesting art and is a place for people to leave their mark.
This shot is at Henry's Rabbit Ranch in Staunton Illinois, on old Route 66. Rich, who runs the place is great to talk to and has a lot of stories to tell. We drove the route from Livingston to Springfield with a few stops along the way. Hopefully sometime we'll drive the entire Illinois route to Chicago.
Ian and I were out at Silver Lake in Highland when we came across these giant mushrooms in a small field. They must have been at least 6 inches high above the grass. A few more photos of the mushrooms and the rest of my Sunday adventures up on my Flickr page.