On Sat. Oct. 10th, 2008, I took Kaya for a walk for some photos. There's this one road that has these gorgeous horses and also a neat grave.
Also, Fall in New England=beautiful. It's beauty never gets old to me.
The background didn't want to show up and if it did, then Kaya would look too dark.
It's nice to kill two birds with one stone by taking a doll out for some photos and doing a bunch of scenery ones, too.
I love photos of nature.
This one, I'm probably going to use as a background for my Petz site sometime, once I learn inline frames.
Stone fences. We still have quite a few around here. They used to help divide peoples' property among other stuff. And as I was just googling it, appearantly there's a drink called "New Egland Stone Fence." (warm apple cider and Goseling's Black Seal Rum) Some of these fences are hidden even more by surrounding plants. They make good places to sit and rest, too.
Kaya sat on the fence. I think she looks so peaceful in any wooded setting-on the west coast; on the East coast...in foresty nature.
A pretty brown horse!
There's also a black (or dark brown?) horse in th background. I had seen the darker one a couple days before and thought she/he was gorgeous.
Kaya had to get a photo in front of the horses.
"I want to ride them!"
I wish I could'v pet them myself but alas, no.
Soon the road turned to dirt.
This is across from the grave.
Notice the year? It was the year canon Kaya was born (mine is modern).
That's the whole thing. A bit out-of-the-way.
One the way back now. There's a little pond but unless you're walking and looking, it's easily missed since plants grow all around it.
I think this came out well :) I'm really liking the macro photos.
Both horses were by the fence, near the road now.
Before heading home, I decided it would be fun to hike down the hill behind the primary school and take photos by the brook. We went down that way in 2nd grade, I think, and then the same friend who walked to the grave with me also went down to the brook with me, too. You can see Kaya looking at a little stream flowing down toward the brook.
Kaya peered at the water.
Pretty girl! (one of my favorite photos of Kaya).
She looks at home.
I managed to get her to stand for some photos (can be hard because of the uneven terrain and her legs are loose).
I hope you enjoyed the album.