A Natural Pause

While western New York is getting pummeled with more than 7 feet of snow in some areas, that’s not happening at my house, and I’m just a few miles away! I have maybe an inch or two of snow at my house if I am lucky. Even though the pictures coming out of our great Lake Effect storm are amazing and beautiful, I want to show some pictures I took last week from Late Autumn, and just how different the colors are when nearing Winter.

I want to give a shout out to my mother who is truly the crafty one in the family! She made this cute little turkey set for me:

Thanks to my mom for making this cute wooden turkey set that can be inserted in a pumpkin.
Thanks to my mom for making this cute wooden turkey set that can be inserted into a pumpkin.

Late Autumn brings out even deeper colors in trees. I never noticed this tree any other time, and I walk that same route almost every day:

I love the contrast on what I believe is a birch tree. It was snowing big snowflakes that day I took my "lunch break" walk.
I love the contrast on what I believe is a birch tree. It was snowing big snowflakes that day I took my “lunch break” walk.

My last picture is of the Buffalo Lighthouse. I love taking pictures of this lighthouse. This isn’t the greatest picture, but I tried to get one so you could actually see the snowflakes coming down around it. I have several different pictures of this lighthouse at different times of the year.

The Buffalo Lighthouse. My favorite subject on my  "lunch break" workout every day.
The Buffalo Lighthouse. My favorite subject on my “lunch break” workout every day.
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