If only these geological formations that resemble living creature could talk, I bet we would hear some interesting tales. Just imagine you’re sitting around listening to one of them.
Most of the rock formations have official names designated by various agencies or organizations; however, there are two that this Blogger took the liberty to name. They are “The Rock Fish
” and “The Mystery Person”.
You should know that the first photograph I took of “Old Man Of The Mountain” was October 2, 1998 and the second one was taken in 2007. The “Old Man Of The Mountain” fell on May 3, 2003. If you look closely, you will see the scaffolding being used to restore the “Old Feller”.
It’s that time of the year when we all welcome a change from sweltering heat and start enjoying cooler temperatures. This welcome change brings a variety of events, activities and certain rituals. Some of these include the changing color of the leaves, going to the pumpkin patch, opening of hunting season (this blogger only hunts with a camera), and family gatherings such as Thanksgiving. Native Americans referred to the November full moon as the Beaver Moon because it signaled it was time to set beaver traps before the lakes and rivers froze over preventing them from getting the beaver hides for warm winter clothing.
The photographs presented in this blog are intended to portray that Fall Is In The Air. Enjoy!