This theme turned out to be a tad harder than I expected.
It’s probably because I didn’t get a jump on it as expected. September turned out to be much busier than I expected.
Themes like these are good, but at the same time are tough as it depends on where you live. I didn’t think too much out of the box this month, though, as I waited until the last second. Either way, with being a small town, there are some cool things to capture and I hope I did just that. I’m looking forward to seeing what other people come up with!
We are also officially into the fall season, so as the seasons start to change, I know I’ll be hopefully getting out and taking more photos.
Anyway, let’s move on with the photos! Here are my five for the month. Please make sure you stop back here in a day or so and check out all the other links to go visit others and hopefully comment!
1. On the courthouse square
This is a somewhat iconic gazebo in the middle of town.
2. The Courthouse
My town is the county seat, so many governmental places are here, including the historic county courthouse.
There’s a lot of historical spots in this town, including this one.
My love of covered bridges is pretty well documented. This is one in my town.
Being such a rural town upstate in New York, there’s a lot of great spots outdoors … and sometimes it’s nice just to stop and enjoy the peace.
There are my five and I look forward to seeing what others had this month!
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Also, don’t forget to get back here Sunday, October 2 for the October theme!
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