Autum in the Laurel Highlands on Farmer Westrick's Farm outside of Hastings, PA.
Touring Ebensburg, PA at night on my way home from a shoot.
At the railroad junkyard in Sankertown
Our first snow of the season. It wasn't much to look at but it was snow none the less. Thankfully this was not a heavy snow because of all the leaves still on the trees it would have surely knocked out the electricity.
Are you looking at me? Sheep in a field near Harmony, PA. They say Harmony isn't a town but it is on the map, so to me it is a town.
Harvesting corn in Susquehanna Township, Cambria County, PA.
John Deere corn harvester. This machine can pick and shell at the same time.
Close-up - an apple tree grows in Plattsville, PA.
John Deere Model 6620 Titan II. This 1987 harvester can hold 166 bushels of shelled corn before it needs to be unloaded.
Yearling steer in a field about 1/2 mile down the road from our house.
You can't really see it from this angle but the black yearling is feeding on a little mother's milk.
The Altoona Women's Club house in Altoona, PA. At one time this building was part of the Baker Estate and dates back to around 1811.
Flower bouquet on the wrought iron gate in front of the Altoona Woman's Club.
This haunted house is along Cambria Slope Road also known as Old Route 22 near Ebensburg, PA.
These last three photographs are a tribute to The Mexican Day of the Dead Celebration.