I had been itching to go to back to a place very dear to my heart – the William Harris Homestead in Monroe, Georgia.  This year the autumn foliage in Georgia has been gorgeous, so I wanted to photograph the Homestead during this time of year.  Having an out-of-town guest and nursing the colds my boys, husband and I got set me back a bit, but I did get out there before all the leaves disappeared.  My boys went with me, and this time they were golden – there’s a lot for little boys to do at the Homestead while their mama takes photographs!

I hope you’ll enjoy these images and then pop over to my gallery with all my photos from the Homestead.  I’ve added most of these to it, and in the future I’m sure I’ll add more because we love the Homestead, and I love taking photos.

When I grow up I want to be a little boy. ~ Joseph Heller

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6 Responses to “Autumn at the William Harris Homestead”

    • shelli

      Thank you, Southpaw! Most of the photos I used my favorite lens, the Nikkor 35mm f1.8. But there are a few in which I wanted a wider angle, so I used the Nikkor 18-55mm. Feel free to e-mail me with any other questions!

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