Sunday, October 24, 2010

Surrounded By The Early Autumn Trees

Trees are their most beautiful and amazing, I find, during the Fall season. They offer color, shade and seem to embrace you with their inviting long, outward branches.





I took these photos along various roads and parks in Indiana and Kentucky.











Photos taken at Versailles State Park, IN







The path leading from an old shelter house.


10 comments:

bazza said...

Nice pics. I can't think why Kelly but, despite what you said, I was actually expecting some insanity.
Good luck with this new blog. You must have a lot of time on your hands these days!
Bazza’s Blog, ‘To Discover Ice’

MartyrMom said...

I'm sooo happy to see this. I live vicariously through others travels and can't wait to see where your pictures will take me! More description on the where a bouts is always a plus in my book!

klahanie said...

Hi Kelly,
I'm here. Really nice photos and I'm so pleased you've gone ahead and set this site up. I know that this will be a most positive resource and distraction for you.
The scenery is quite similar to that around here.
Take care and happy shooting. Photographs, that is:-)

Sir Tom Eagerly said...

So Kelly. This is where you go when your sober

Kelly said...

bazza- Hahaha... I surpised the hell outta ya, didn't I? Well, it's all worth it now! Tee hee. Thanks for the compliment, man. As far as time is concerned, I have a pinch more of it but still not enough. I wish there were more than 24 hours in a day.

Kelly said...

MarytrMom- I'm glad you like it. I plan on putting up some cool weather-related pics up soon that I took today. We had a lot of tornado warnings and wind gusts of up to 70 miles per hour, today.

Thanks for following this blog. And bazza, if you're reading this, thank you, too.

Kelly said...

klahanie- Thanks for the compliments, my friend. I thought they would make a nice start to the new blog. And thanks for following this blog, Gary. I know how much trouble you went to, to get 'er done. :)

Yeah, I noticed that, too, regarding the scenery of both locales. In the tri-state area of Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, we have a lot of trees and parks. And more.

Take very good care, dude.

Kelly said...

Sir Tom Eagerly- Yes, Sir Tom, this is where I go to clear my head full of thumbtacks and ferris wheels. Hee ho.

Lana Gramlich said...

Nice. We don't really get Fall colors down here in the sub-tropics. I miss the colors (but NOT the snow...)

Kelly said...

Thanks, Lana. That's too bad about you guys not getting the Fall colors down there but I tell ya what... I could live without the snow here in the Midwest. Especially the ice.