Sunday, October 24, 2010

Sunday Stills....Fall Foliage

The Village of Ames, NY, one of the prettiest places I know



Behind St. John's Lutheran church, Freysbush, NY


Most of the best is over here, but we found a few trees that still look kinda nice.


For more Sunday Stills.....




This one is from the archives of a prettier year

16 comments:

dibear said...

Very nice. Love the shot from behind the church. :)

~ Sara ~ said...

Very nice! Love them all...

Dani said...

So beautiful 3C!!!!!!

Ed said...

Well done, I really like the small towns in NY, NYC gives the state a bad rap..:-)

Linda said...

I love those long avenues of old trees but your hills are amazing.

Ebie said...

Love the DOF on the first shot! Fantastic scenery!

Kegan said...

Wow Nice. i like em all.

Ann said...

The last photo of red leaf is like my ivy leaves.

threecollie said...

Dibear, thanks! Our church is in such a lovely place. Back in the day I used to be able to watch grazing cows through the window.

Sara, thanks!

Dani, thank you too

Ed, boy, ain't that the truth! One of the most beautiful states there are but defined by one of the most obnoxious cities in the world. Sad

Linda, thanks

Ebie, thanks, I have always wanted to get a decent pic of that spot and finally managed. Ames is a very pretty little town

Kegan, thanks kid, congrats on getting your permit!

Ann, thanks

Far Side of Fifty said...

I also like the landscape shot from behind the church..rural New York is very pretty! :)

DayPhoto said...

You live where history began...someday, oh someday I want to come to New York.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Ericka said...

beautiful!

threecollie said...

Far Side, thanks, I love our little church although we get there far too rarely

Linda, I truly hope you can!

Ericka, thank you!

CTG Ponies said...

Love the colors!

Rebecca said...

Pretty. I used to drive through Ames (and Canajoharie and Sharon Springs and Cobleskill and Palatine Bridge) back when I lived in Cherry Valley. Beautiful area, indeed.

threecollie said...

CTG, thank you

Rebecca, I have always loved the small towns and adjoining farms in the area. It is fun to travel, but this will probably always be home.