Tag : autumn

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks

It isn’t usual for me to take “Fall color” pictures. In fact, I can’t think of a time I did other than last year…and that didn’t really count because that was in my front yard. This year, I felt compelled to try since I never really put forth any effort into capturing the beauty of the season. I drove out to the massive cemetery at Jefferson Barracks. This is the first time I’ve been to a cemetery since I went […]

Seeing red

When did they all come down? The leaves that is. It seems like it was just yesterday when the grass was green. That is probably because many of the leaves started falling yesterday (or at least not too long ago). When I woke up this morning and stepped outside, I noticed that this car got bombarded with leaves overnight. Ok. So it wasn’t completely “bombarded” but it did stand out more than any other car on the block. Red leaves […]

Maize maze and such

It’s that time of the year again. The leaves are changing. The pumpkins are…pumpking. And the corn is doing whatever it does. In Sikeston, MO at Beggs Family Farm, they have what may be the best corn maze ever. Every year, they change the path in their maze. Their maze is nothing short of an artistic corn creation. This year, the maze was designed to look like a Ford Model T with the Ford logo. Previous years designs include a […]