It’s been a pretty great October here in Michigan. And just before it turned pitch black on my morning commute, I grabbed some foggy forest shots as the leaves were turning.
Consider it a goodbye to the leaves for seven months or so.
Ah, late summer / early autumn in Michigan – when those roadside farm stands pop up.
I can’t resist. There’s something about a fresh-grown tomato or ear of corn I find irresistible. And with my commute through rural Michigan, I have lots of options.
Such good deals! I picked up a quart of cherry tomatoes for $1, perfect for snacking at work. And we eat a lot of corn on the cob during the summer and fall.
I usually tend my own garden, but this year it’s been tough going. So it’s nice to have a farm stand backup.