October hues and a couple casts along the Powder.
This means I’ll lose some of my past followers, and gain some new. As of now, with October around the corner, I’ll share a few recent pics, with hopefully more to come as my favorite month falls into view (see what I did there).
Metolius River, taken by Karen. Trout were on fire here at Idiots Hole. A mass of hatches, including the usual suspects, danced and displayed themselves atop the surface, riding along before being gulped in a splash-like manner from an array of green and blue backed red sides. Window of opportunity was abundant on this brilliant early fall day.
Yes, I’ve got even more youngsters out back now.
True, it’s a generic postcard shot, but I still dig it. Sunflowers out in the back, and a happy goldfinch.
Pulaski season. Well, I actually framed this shot for catching those rays splicing through.
Yes, it’s been a busy summer, and this girl helped out.
My typical stance after an evening of sanding and priming.
Admiring my handy work, not at all blowing on a spider.
You know it’s getting personal when clients shoot a text before I arrive for housesitting, “FYI: We’re out of creamer.”
I found myself flirting with this fern just after eight last night. A shallow smirk caught me off guard, while a comment was made on the whole situation,”There’s a photo here. Don’t mind if I do.” Current carried the ferns reply elsewhere, somewhere downstream. But it’s the idea, and it’s kind of right here.
Stairs of despair. For Dennis. “Great going down, beautiful. Climbing out, leave the 400mm on the trail side. Brutal.”
I apologize for the shaky shot. I was shooting like a true tourist. Of which I’m not. But I digress.