Autumn used to be my favorite season.  I once pitied the people who lived in areas of the country which don’t really have a legitimate autumn.  Since moving to a place with severe winters, I’ve lost a little enthusiasm for the fall (knowing what’s right around the corner–four months of frigid air, ice and darkness–prevents you from enjoying it as much).  Still, on its own merits, autumn can be a wonderful time and probably the most beautiful season of the year, especially if you live in a place with a lot of deciduous trees.

Today we have a few photos of autumn in Amish Pennsylvania, courtesy of, featuring the work of Bill Coleman.

Bill Coleman Autumn Shocks

Bill Coleman Amish School Autumn

Bill Coleman Grey Autumn Day

Bill Coleman Autumn Field

Bill Coleman Amish Buggy Autumn

Bill Coleman Cat Pumpkins

If you enjoyed these, you can view more Autumn photos or Amish harvest photos.

You can also read an interview with Bill and Noah Coleman.


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