Losfer Words (Fall)


As fall continues falling on Michigan, I continue to try to get as many rides in as I can. I also continue to be lost for words to write. Not sure if any readers would actually think that’s a bad thing given my lack of writing skills, spelling, punctuation, and interesting topics, but it’s a situation that I find odd.

I wouldn’t exactly call it writers block, but in the past I seemed to have no problem writing about crap subjects including the gym locker room, my lunch, bad product reviews, and cheap jeans.

Basically, I think the “problem” is that (for better or worse) I’ve become more interested in photographing things in my life rather than writing about it, and with that I’ve learned to let the pictures do the talking, and save everyone the grief of experiencing my verbal diarrhea.

So let’s look at some pics from three of my rides at the end of last week…


Thursday I passed this barn south of town, to see a bashful mule in the doorway. It was having none of coming out, but more than happy to let me include it in the photo.



This time of year there are a ton of geese about. I was trying to get some shots of a huge gaggle along the road, when they decided it was time to move on. I ended up liking this shot more than any of the ones of them in the field.





When I first shot this I saw two wild turkeys in the field, once I got home and saw it in Lightroom, I realized there were actually four. Can’t help but think there may be even more that I couldn’t see.





Admittedly, I am more like a cow (slow, dimwitted, & destined for a cruel end), but horses are super fun to photograph. These two horses were more than happy to come say hello, and let me take some crap photos of them. Thank you horses.







I returned to the roads south of town on Saturday and visited the bashful mule again. It still refused to leave the barn, but I was able to snag a couple pics of it, and of his cousin the horse as I rode by. The one below with the mule out of focus, but still visible, in the background is one of my fave recent photos.








All the photos in this post were taken with either the Nikon D7100 or the Fuji X-T1, shot RAW, and processed in Lightroom CC.


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