This blog contains pictures mainly from Troy, Bradford County, in Northcentral Pennsylvania. I hope you enjoy a look inside the beauty of rural Pennsylvania, as captured through the lens of my camera, The photography contained in this blog has been shot primarily with Canon dslr cameras. I currently have a Canon Digital 70D with a variety of Canon lenses. I also use a Fuji Finepix occasionally.
One last look at the colors of autumn. The end of November has turned this part of Pennsylvania to an ugly brown color. With so little sunshine, things look very dull. Thank goodness the colors of Christmas will be here soon!
I have to post this a day early....but this is what it looks like when two season meet! Still have the pumpkins out until after Thanksgiving, but somebody forgot to tell the snow that it wasn't time yet!
This is Stefanie's horse, Rosie. She is a thoroughbred, who raced for six years, under the name Our Candy Sue. She is a beautiful horse, still going strong, even though she is eighteen years old. She has been our horse for six years.
This is Kobe, the object of Miss Lily's affections. He has been with us for eleven years. Another prime example of "The Best Things in Life are Free". He came to school for kindergarten show and tell, and found a home, along with two of his brothers and sisters. This dog is the epitome of loyal - and he was very talented in his younger days. Now he is suffering from a degenerating hip, and his eyes are getting a bit cloudy. But every once in awhile he still has enough vigor to chase a squirrel across the yard. We love him.
The best things in life are free - she was given to us by a very good friend. She actually was born in a barn! This lovely cat puts up with three dogs, one of whom she has adopted as her best friend. She loves to snuggle, and she loves the sound of her cat food hitting the bowl.
Sonja is actually the pup on the left, Melo the mom on the right. I helped the puppies into the world. We kept Sonja for Jason, since she was born while he was in a coma. She was the fifth puppy, a female, and tricolor. She is named for Jason - Sonja is Jason mixed up!