In the next few days, I’ll be posting blog entries highlighting some photo sets in my flickr collection taken in autumn.
Given that it’s fall time now, I thought it’s appropriate to start with a set of photos taken in the fall several years ago at a place called Fallingwater. Fallingwater is a famous architecture masterpiece in Mill Run, PA. It’s a home on top of a waterfall designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. This place is among my favorite places to visit — not only because it’s very scenic around there, but also because the home has many interesting features that highlight Mr. Wright’s forward thinking in the world or architecture. This particular photo set was taken during a visit in late October 2006. It was a little after the peak foliage time for the year, and I went during the weekday to avoid the weekend crowd typically encountered during the high season. The result is a set of photos of the home without too many visitors in it, so the house itself really shines as the subject. Since I posted the photos on flickr, somehow the photos in this set were among the most popular photos in the photostream. The photo below has the distinction to be the most viewed photo to date in my flickr collection.