My wife and I spent the weekend with my family in northeast Pennsylvania. It was a beautiful autumn weekend and the drive along 84 through Connecticut and New York was incredibly scenic while the trees were all changing colors. One morning I woke up at sunrise to photograph the Nicholson bridge, also known as the Tunkhannock Viaduct. I stumbled onto cornfield on the side of the road where I found rows of post-harvest corn stalks intermingled with fallen leaves, all of which were covered in a thick frost since it was so close to tributaries of the Susquehanna river and the fog the must have rolled in heavy that night. Later that day, we visited my cousin Diane and her husband Frank but I got caught up with a fossil of a farm tractor sitting in the backyard.

The highlights of my weekend are here in photos on Flickr, so check them out. I particularly like posterizing the photos in Adobe Photoshop because I can achieve an ink and watercolor look.