Visions of Fall in Montana

I may be setting a bad precedence, but, I have an excuse.

My new camera grants me a new creative outlet. And I was feeling a bit impulsive today. Besides, why tell you something, when I can show you something.

Much like the blogs that practically write themselves in my head, nearly everything I see, I think, “Oh, that would make a lovely photo.”

Some days I am right. Others, not so much.

I drive by this barn every day and today I decided to stop and take its photo. The weather is simply too perfect to resist. Plus, I know what’s coming.

Reminds me of the line from The Lost World:Jurassic Park, when Jeff Goldblum’s character, Dr. Ian Malcolm says, “Oh, yeah. Oooh, ahhh, that’s how it always starts. Then later there’s running and screaming.”

Barns of the USA
Someone must live here, they left the door open...

I think I spied the someone..and they scared the crap out of me!

Resident White Tail
Big Blue Sky
Fall Foliage at its Autumn Best
Fallen - and can't get up
Bozeman Traffic Jam

I lived in the City of Angels for a few years.

I know what traffic is, Jenny.

I digress.

Most days in Gallatin County, this is a traffic jam of colossal proportions.


Gives "Roll in the Hay" a whole new meaning

A bit further down the road, I spied another photo opportunity.

Flowers of the Sun

I stepped in for a closer look…

Bizzy Bee

Have I told you lately that I love you?

Talking to the Rebel.

I’m a rebel, Dottie.

Sunflower and Honey Bee

Today, of all days, I wish I could be a bee. Flying around the beautiful sunflowers, having a sweet snack, sans obligations, worries, stress. No one to bother me. And if someone tries to disturb my flower wonder, I’ll sting ’em.

Honey making machine
Don't worry, Bee Happy
Flower of the Hour

I must admit, most days I feel carefree. Happy. Much like the little buzzing bee.

But today, I’m fighting the what-direction-is-my-life-suppose-to-take-blahs. In fact, when I saw this little downtrodden bloomer, I thought, “I know exactly how it feels.”

Down in the Dumps

I especially love this photo.

To me, it appears as though the other members of the posy cluster are trying to offer moral support to their doleful, depressed  sunflower friend.

Tomorrow is another day. And one that I will begin with copious amounts of Kona coffee.

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