Welcome to the absolutely-positively-unequivocally-the-very-last-post of this blog...whoops...I inserted the wrong word there. Sorry 'bout that. Not quite there yet as this blog is only at 49.26% capacity (yes, there is a capacity limit for photos. Don't believe me? Then ask the fabulous Bea over at the Dog In The Hole Studio about the picture capacity for Blogger, which btw is 1024 MB).
Welcome to the absolutely-positively-unequivocally-the-very-last-post of this series.
Anyways, starting with next week's series (tentatively titled "Relaxing in New England), we'll be going back to the tried and true 5-6-5-6-5 picture format as I'm now comfortable with not only what I got on tap for picture CD's but what I gots for cameras as well. Without further blogressions, lets commence with the captioning.
The reason as to why I took a picture a picture of a outdoor thermometer is pretty basic, especially if you take into consideration these basic facts: It is autumn; it is September/October; it is Connecticut; for the past few years, it has been mighty warm during those months. Therefore, if you click on the pic, you will see that the temps shows a little north of 60 degrees.
I wanna say that I took this one at my house, but you know what, I haven't the foggiest idea where I shot this one. Heck, I haven't even a clue on what those are underneath the tree there.
Not a clue boys and girls, although if I was to venture a guess, I would say......Litchfield? In any event, its a mountain scene with all kinds of nifty colors to please the eye, bath the spirit and quench the soul.