I want to say that I loved, loved, loved, watching Appalachian State bury the Eagles from Georgia Southern on Saturday. Despite yet another rainy, cold game day, it remained Black Saturday perfect as the offense and defense came out to toss the pigskin to play keep away from the birds. The final score: 52-16 or something humiliating like that. ( I have posted a small photo album on the sidebar ).
FYI: The leaves are about to become worm food, though occasional spot color may still be seen around the area. All my friends seem to be excited about Halloween. I went to Walmart and bought an obscene amount of candy to pass out to college students on Friday. Actually, I place a bowl near my window and like birds at a feeder, enjoy watching them dig through to find their favorite sugary treat. My eldest came home last evening and I suggested she take some home with her. Good thing I bought plenty of candy because filled up a trick or treat bag...
And we're gonna meet up at the First Boone Zombie March on Friday. Can't wait to take photos of adults/children/animals stagger and lurch around the Boone Loop grunting, "BRAIINNNSSSS."
And, I wanted to point you in the direction of humanitarian photographer David Morrison, a Boonie who works for Samaritan's Purse. His blog offers not only outstanding images, but a rare glimpse behind the scenes of catastrophes, such as last month's flooding in Georgia, where Samaritan's Purse offered quiet relief. Seriously, cruise through his older posts. Amazing stuff.
And, whoa! Found Paul Sherar's blog, A Good Light. He also works at SP.