Russet Fields

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Beautiful weather. Time alone together. The feeling of expectation. A walk in the russet fields. Sweetest of the sweetest people. Pumpkins and pies. Making a quilt (him). Knitting (me). Woodsmoke and raindrops. Sunflowers and birdsong. The whole weekend felt like a gift. Every minute.

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This russet-field beauty was at Kruger's Farm on Saturday.

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"What kind of dog is that?" Why, she's a Cardigan Welsh corgi :-). My little Clover Meadow so bright.

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She lags behind if I'm behind.

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Everything glowed.

87 comments

Susie Sears Taylor says: October 12, 2011 at 06:42 AM

I think the UFO some think is a bird is actually something blowing off the sunflowers?????? Did you see it as you took the picture? What is it? It's a bird, it's a plane, it's SUPER BUD?

My goodness...this is some of the best photography I've seen from you. Lovely!

Susie Sears Taylor says: October 12, 2011 at 08:31 AM

Now that I have zoomed in on that bird/bud, I think it IS a bird....also there is a bee in the photo. hmmmmm very clever photography.

I love how some of those pictures showed exactly what it can be like in this area: Sort of dark one second and then blindingly, weirdly bright another. It's a wonder we're not all in a complete state of clothing-appropriateness-confusion (if that were a state). Sunglasses on, sunglasses off... sunglasses on, sunglasses off...

You are so right - beautiful photos!

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i hope she got to wrap it around some of that caramel apple.

Gorgeousness! Seriously your pictures are stunning.

This is where I met you! Almost exactly three years ago. Oh my goodness, now I find out about the baby that will come to your lives soon! Ohhhhhhh this makes me sooo happy, Alicia!!! Super congratulations. I will be going to Kruger sometime this weekend. Oh how I love that place. I am sending hugs your way. :)

Ann Conway says: October 12, 2011 at 04:19 PM

Honestly, I did it again...my springer looks exactly like Clover Meadow without the pointy ears! I did the cover the ears thing on the screen and realized again....they are...dopplegangers! The adventures of a ruralian on Nowheresville, Maine! Thank for the pics!

I am so incredibly inspired by your love of life and beauty and the tiny, still moments. When I come to your site in the middle of a work day it's like I've been refreshed and reminded of what is really important in life.

And . . . does your husband have any single guy friends?! I cannot believe your luck in finding someone who . . . makes quilts?! That is something that would happen only in my fantasy dream world! ;)-

That's the most sublime thing thing I've seen in a long time. That light does't seem to exist in Southern California-- the scenery doesn't, either. I miss it. A beautiful post.

What gorgeous photos! These days of autumn are so precious. Thanks, Alicia!

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About Alicia Paulson

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My name is Alicia Paulson
and I love to make things. I live with my husband and daughter in Portland, Oregon, and design sewing, embroidery, knitting, and crochet patterns. See more about me at aliciapaulson.com

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Since August of 2011 I've been using a Canon EOS 60D with an EF 18-200mm kit lens and an EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro lens.