Well folks, daylight saving time is officially over, and the sun is setting earlier and earlier. The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting longer, and all of them are getting colder. But before we settle into the winter mode, there is still a lot of autumn to be enjoyed.
A few weeks ago, Mike, Denver, Colette & I took a drive down to Mohican State Park to take in the sights and smells of autumn. And also to burn off some of the puppy energy that has turned our house into something of a war zone.
This was not our first trip to Mohican– we went camping there this summer with some friends and we fell in love with the place. You can read more about that here. Anyway, we were pretty stoked to see the park painted gold and red. And we weren’t disappointed.
Here are some (okay a lot) of my favorite shots from the day.
Ah, lovely, glorious, beautiful, colorful life.
When the autumn leaves are turning.
Until next time.