Sifting through a season of photos I am reminded of what a truly beautiful place we live in. Nestled in a valley, the sky seems to go on forever. I imagine it is a tiny taste of what Montana is like.
Being able to watch as the weather shifts and changes from one minute to the next is a magical experience that makes the long days of planting and harvesting so much more interesting..
The snow is gone now and we have slipped back into the short, grey, dreary days of a Washington winter.Wind and rain are pounding against the house. I’m longing for some light.
These photos taken at Gordon’s Farm just days before Halloween remind me that the light will most certainly return. I just have to hold on a little bit longer :)