Wearing a period English vanity plate, this TR3A vainly shunned the grassy parking field in favor of a more picturesque driveway.
An old barn once used as an antique store is owned by a club member and served as the perfect gathering place.
The sky was overcast as we gathered for lunch after a drive through Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine.
While stopped at a county park during a Fall car club ride, some members found this tower to be a perfect playground while others inspected some of the rides.
Diane’s This and That boutique, also located in the Kettle Moraine village of Dundee, features a rusted steel arch adorned with disordered motorcycle parts.
Fragile leaves still clung tenuously to their branches near the pond behind the Dundee Mill.
The milkweed plants have reached the end of their growing season and now spread their seeds to begin anew next spring.
Fallen maple leaves reflect golden sunshine on a wooded trail.
Red apples remained unpicked on a tree in front of the Dundee Mill in Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine. The reflected wheel in the stream looked as real as the one secured to the mill.