Roger's air tank ran out a while back, and we just went last month and he exchanged it for a full one. I cannot believe it was in October that we did that...but went and checked the date again just to make sure. Time sure is flying.
Anyway, while we were there this truck pulled in with all these tanks. I thought they made an interesting photo.
Not sure when I took this...I would love to know the history of this barn. I wonder if it has ever held tobacco, or was it only for holding hay and maybe the tractor. You know it holds a lot of memories for someone.
This barn is just a few minutes from town...we pass it quite often. Another one where it is a busy road, so this is a slow down a little bit shot since there is no place to really pull off. It is a small barn. What I really love is the big old sycamore beyond it.
We passed this the other day...there was something about the round wheels I liked. I am not really sure why they made the picture appealing to me. Also, I am not sure how this is going to look on your computers. I have messed with it and had it every which way. The original just was not good. I finally gave up and settled for this.
The area surrounding Arthur, Illinois is occupied by a lot of Amish. There are always buggies to be seen.We have drove around on the back roads of that area, and while there seems to be more houses without electricity than with, there is always traffic flying up and down the roads. It makes it hard to get pictures of the farms or horses or clothes hanging on the lines.
I just cannot resist posting fall photos...not that I have taken that many.
So many beautiful leaves....and so little time to photograph them in.
We were to Sarah's this weekend....I will be catching up with everyone sometime tomorrow. I will be posting some pics of Lo over at Pics & Pieces here shortly. You will get a chuckle from them... Sarah sent them to me tonight.
We pass this pond on the way to and from seeing Sarah....I have wanted to stop and take a picture forever. It is on a narrow road...if I have time to stop, invariably there will be someone behind us and there is no room to pull off the road. Coming home today, I finally had the chance to snap a couple...