Sunday, October 24, 2010

Autumn colour


Headed here this morning to take some family portraits for a friend! Long Lake. Gorgeous day today. I'm looking forward to it but am nervous as always before snapping portraits.
Just read that NS and PEI are the only places in Canada that have not had snow yet. Hope that stays the same for a good while! Not ready for snow at all.
Tonight I am hosting bookclub so after my photoshoot I plan on popping by Costco for some cheese. Mmmm cheese. They have the best prices. I will undoubtedly walk out with more than what I came for but one can always try to practice discipline.
and....Kristine won the quirky cookbooks!

9 comments:

Kate on Clinton said...

Oh Costco - such a love/hate relationship. Their prices are the best, but do I really need 6 heads of romaine lettuce or 10 lbs of carrots? And more important, where do I store them? Always a quandary for NYC apartment dwellers.

sonjabean@gmail.com said...

I feel the same way about portraits, especially groups. It's hard enough to get a good picture of one person, let alone several people at once. At least you have a beautiful setting!

Marilyn said...

gorgeous!

Karen said...

Love this photo... and cheese.. especially with red seedless grapes!.. Now you've done it...

mati rose said...

beautiful photo.
i did NOT know mushaboom was a place in Nova Scotia! I think i think i must have been listening to feist while painting ;) love that!!

Kim A. said...

I think cheese on top of freshly baked bread (with the crust just crunchy enough) tops my list of comfort foods. I plan on having some on the first snowy day this year. The picture is so peaceful..ahhhh.

♥namaste♥

Kristine said...

I share your joy in cheese and fall colours. They have been so beautiful this year even my less-than-stellar camera has picked them up.

Thanks again for the cookbooks!

Mickey (Michel) Johnson said...

...such a gorgeous picture. i love autumn...it is so beautiful and you have captured such a wondereful example of the season. cheese, and perhaps a bottle of vin, no? take care and have fun!

Christina Silverio said...

What an amazing photo. I live in California, which all but misses out on the gorgeous splendor of fall, so I love seeing pictures like this. :)