Friday, December 4, 2009

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Darkening Days

Fall coming, October 2009. (©Ted Pease, 2009)

Descending Snowline

October snow creeps down the Bear River Range into Cache Valley. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Deck Doctors

Between them, Dr. Mark Damen, professor of classics, and Dr. Ted Pease, professor of journalism, have much too much education. They figured out how to rebuild the deck railing anyway without losing any important body parts.

Burnished Fall Field

Wintry clouds close in on golden fall field. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Golden Morning

Warm sky on a chill November morning. (©Ted Pease 2009)

New Fall Field

Newly seeded field, Petersboro. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Red at Morning . . .

. . . sailors take warning? (©Ted Pease 2009)


Feathery salmon clouds at dawn. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Blue & Pink

A rosy November morning over northern Utah. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Autumn Tree

A lonely and leafless scrub awaits winter in northern Utah. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Closing Sky

November skies close down over autumn fields. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Cutler Marsh

Cutler Marsh captures Mendon Peak on a November morning. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Wellsville Reflections

The Wellsville Range mirrored in a polished Cutler Marsh. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Fall Beneath Mendon Peak

Fields are autumn-brown as November opens. (©Ted Pease 2009)


The crops are in and fields plowed on the first day on November. (©Ted Pease 2009)
(Three weeks later, the season changes into Snow Contours.)

November Sky

A pair of stray cows wander the fall fields. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Runnin’ Too Far from the Beach

It ain’t the beach, but a runnin’ fool’s gotta make do. (©Ted Pease 2009)


Brenda and the hounds on a sunny Sunday hike as November closes in. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Tuesday, October 6, 2009


An abandoned swather squats in tall grass as winter peers over the Wellsvilles. (©Ted Pease 2009)


Lulu and Sadie on an October morning poopwalk below the Wellsvilles. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Fog in the Valley

A cold morning inversion fills Cache Valley with ice fog. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Lowering Sky

Northern Utah’s high sky lowers as fall approaches. (©Ted Pease, 2009) (And that’s Brenda coming home in Bubba, the ancient Explorer)


We woke to snow yesterday—Sept. 30, 2009. Sheesh. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Fall Field

The patterns of fall in farmland. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Happy Natal Day

Saturday is Brenda’s birthday. Always a happy day for me. (©Ted Pease, 2007)

Trinidad friends send this:

Ode To Brenda
By Melody Hamilton

There she goes, that gal across the road,
running after her sweetie’s Toad.

Dogs on leashes, jogging shoes flyin’,
she’ll get to the beach while he’s still untyin’.

She’ll wave and send him a gleeful shout.
She’ll still be runnin’ when his boat’s worn out.

Yoga, veggies—she doesn’t eat much cake.
We only have to guess what wishes to make.

Brenda’s Birthday’s here!

Amazing Woman, nothing to hide.
We send lovely dreams of the Surf and the Tide.

and hugs, M, G and C across the lane

This Morning

Morningstar above Logan, Utah. (©Ted Pease, 2009)


The same field, different days. (©Ted Pease, 2007&2009)


The first snowday of F2009—Sept. 30. (©Ted Pease 2009)

Friday, September 18, 2009