Autumn Excursion

In which incredible autumn weather prompts me to make a scenic trip to Spring Mill State Park, Tim suggests a visit to St. Meinrad Archabbey, and I take lots of photos of buildings.

Appropriately enough for the first weekend of October, the weather was clear and crisp and the sky was the kind of shocking blue color that makes you slow down and breathe a little deeper. THIS was the weekend that I would finally see Spring Mill State Park village when it was actually open. Tim wanted to see Saint Meinrad Archabbey, which is a hour past Spring Mill, so we decided on a road trip.

Tim pointed out that I take very few pictures of people when I travel. It’s TRUE. I’ve always been that way. I have no explanation to offer. However, I can offer a few landscape-oriented photos featuring aforementioned shockingly blue sky. I may have gone a little overboard with the HDR toning in Photoshop (the photos really didn’t need it; the blues and reds and greens really were that vibrant) but perhaps collecting photos exhibiting flagrant HDR abuse is precisely your cup of tea! In any case, enjoy. Click an image for the 1920 x 1200 wallpaper. I’m happy to share but please observe the license below.

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