It has been a great year for me from a photography perspective. I have visited more places this year than I ever have in one year before. It all started with Key West in February, and was followed by an unscheduled drive cross-country with my son in early April. Home for a week, and then off to South Carolina for two weeks. A couple of months later, I was in the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone, home for two weeks, and then off to Maryland and Oregon for almost all of August. Back home for a week, followed by another cross-country trip back home. So I am very thankful that I have been able to enjoy the travel and photography.
I am also thankful for those of you who stop in to view my photos, leave comments, or simply "+1" on Google Plus or "like" them on Facebook. They make all of the efforts in editing my photos and writing a post all worth it. So thank all of you.
In closing, I found this image of a barn that I shot in Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts. For those of you who are not familiar with Sturbridge Village, it is a living museum of life in the late 1790's. I am sure that Thanksgiving back then had a different meaning than today.