A nice mix of great photos. I know I've said this before, but you should think about using a template that allows larger photos (or maybe this one does). I say that because your photos are really good!
Summer was beautiful, albeit boiling hot at times; now comes good sleeping weather. May we all get enough precipitation to survive the next round.
You have been busy looking and capturing. Cows are a huge favorite of mine. Did you know watching cattle graze lowers the blood pressure? Of course all of your shots are stress reducers.
Pat-- Glad you liked these photos. The originals are huge. I always resize them for the blog to 12 X 9 at 100 pixels per inch. I could make them a bit bigger. isabelita-- Yes, good sleeping weather is the best. We always sleep with the windows open, even on the coldest nights. We're happy we won't be facing below freezing temps here. Yes, we're hoping for rain, rain, and more rain.Arkansas Patti-- We drive past these cows on our way to the town just south of us -- Eureka. There were more cows on this day than we'd ever seen before. I took that pic as we were driving 50 mph. I loved seeing them.
Gorgeous photographs. The very essence of November.
Do you know the name of the birds that are flying in formation? They are almost making a heart in the sky.I love fall and winter on the California coast. Seeing your photos is bring it all back to me so vividly.
NCmountainwoman-- Thank you. We're having a lovely warm November so far. am-- We've been seeing flocks and flocks of Canadian Geese overhead. We hear them too. I didn't notice the heart-shape, but I see it now! The weather has been beautiful.