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Wow, what a beautiful day here yesterday in the northeast US. Reminded me how nice it is to be out and about. The changing of seasons and the colors. It’s a great day to be alive. I’m starting to appreciate all the small things I take for granted as I whip through the work days and chores in between the few moments of fun with family and friends.

I think I snapped this coming up from Danials area. I've got to start documenting shots better. Photo by Mike Hartley

I think I snapped this coming up from Daniels area. I’ve got to start documenting shots better.
Photo by Mike Hartley

This guy reminded me of what I’ll be doing in a few weeks out on the bay. Spending a sunny day on the water. Now while yesterday was in the 70s and this young man was going barefoot, I will most likely dress a bit warmer when its November. You never know what you’re going to get in this state weather wise.

Fishing at Danials Dam Photo by Mike Hartley

Fishing at Daniels Dam
Photo by Mike Hartley

I couldn’t decide which image I liked more.

Another shot fishing at Danials Dam  Photo by Mike Hartley

Another shot fishing at Daniels Dam
Photo by Mike Hartley

I only had a few moments to shoot yesterday but hopefully today will provide more opportunity. It’s a wonderful time of year if you like color. But one of the things I used to hate about this season when I rode a motorcycle was wet leaves. Being they are all over the road this time of year its a real safety issue on 2 wheels. Be careful bikes, if you get some moisture.

Amazing what a small stream can carry. Photo by Mike Hartley

Amazing what a small stream can carry.
Photo by Mike Hartley

I guess the water level was a bit higher to carry these trees over the dam. Photo by Mike Hartley

I guess the water level was a bit higher to carry these trees over the dam.
Photo by Mike Hartley

 

Well, back out today to capture some colors of the season.

Rt 40 and Rt 99. Photo by Mike Hartley

Rt 40 and Rt 99.
Photo by Mike Hartley

Author: Mike Hartley

With a lifetime and a half in the Newspaper industry I'm preparing for my retirement career as an Artist, Writer, Photographer and Video content provider. I'm a proud father of two wonderful children and I'm still married to the first girl I fell in love with and probably only one that would have me.

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