Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Road time

Even with a part-time job, I find that I'm on the road a great deal. That's OK because I love driving. The scene through my windshield is ever changing.

Today, I was headed to do the interview about the local family that found a half-sister in England. When I called for directions, they said they'd changed their minds and decided not to make their story public. I was disappointed, but I understand when people get protective of their privacy. I thanked them for their consideration.

Instead of going home, I decided to drive up to the place where I go fly fishing. It was cool this evening, but there were two men there with their young sons fishing. They weren't catching any fish, but from a distance, I could tell the boys were having quality time with their dads.

Rather than disturb, I observed from a distance for a few minutes. Before leaving, I saw some autumn leaves near the water. Since I had my camera with me, I snapped a few frames.


  1. The last picture is stunning.

  2. What a shame they bowed out but I do understand. Maybe you will find another interesting story to tell. I love the pictures...the last of autumn.

  3. They may just need some time before they are ready to tell their story.

  4. Love those leaves, and your respect for privacy.

  5. YOu do have great eye through the camera. Those are very good shots. Love 'em. There have been times I loved fishing and hunting even with no harvest!

  6. The sight of the leaves in the water well made up for a disappointing interview. What a beautiful picture they make. No doubt there will be plenty more stories for you to tell. But nature can speak volumns!

  7. Wow, two beautiful photos today!!!
    I'm sorry about the cancelling of the interview but I truly understand why they want to keep it quiet. Not everyone likes to make their lives public. I hope that they enjoyed their reunion.
    Hugs, Julia

  8. Anonymous11:32 AM

    I hope they had a wonderful & private reunion!!


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