Thanks for getting the negatives developed! I do appreciate it.
We live on a horse farm that my wife twisted my arm into buying about a year and a half ago. The NJ photos are from SOUTHERN New Jersey - all around and about the farm.
1 – Front paddock, back to the house, looking at the treeline in the distance. (the ‘second’ treeline is state forest). I thought the sky was looking interesting, as were the tree colors. This was in late October or early November. Hayfield is on the other side of the fence. The white fence is the neighbor’s.
2 – The back paddock; the one you could see in the distance in photo 1.
3 – Standing a bit back from where I was standing in Photo 1, looking the same way. My son Patrick is making a leaf pile.
4 – Looking down the front paddock fenceline, looking at the barn and the back paddock.
5 – Hosses – the lighter one is “Mister Briggs”, the darker one is “You Too”, and the paint that you half see (I thought he was either cut out or included – can’t remember which) is “Megaman”. No, we didn’t name the horses, so I have no idea why the names. They usually go by “Briggs”, “You”, and “Meg”. Unlike the cats, they DO come when you call them.
6 – Mister Briggs. He gave us a scare this past summer when he colicked. He needed emergency surgery to fix his bowels, because his colon had hooked on his spleen and twisted the large intestine. NOT fun.
7 – Another one of Mister Briggs. I like the colors of the trees in the background.
8 – Looking forward, towards the house, from the corner of the barn. Generally looking right back at where I took photo number 1.
Yep - that's home! I thought the tree colors would make for some interesting photos.