This past semester, life got to the point where shooting photos for work, let alone for personal enjoyment, let alone for posting on this blog, became an afterthought, a idealistic goal that was quickly squelched by life. I’m not saying this year will be any different, and I’m not making any promises, but I am saying that I’m going to try a little harder. Which, in retrospect, doesn’t mean very much when taking last year’s posting schedule into consideration. 😉
All that said, I’ve put together a gallery of some shots I took this autumn/winter; lots of my cat Willow are of course included. Enjoy:
Leaf art. Maybe hipster, maybe really lame. I’m just experimenting. =P Tell me what you think, please! I’d love to hear your feedback so I know if you want to see more of this kinda stuff. =)
Click to enlarge and see it against black. It looks better IMO…
I’ll have to rake this up, of course…
Trip to the Napa Valley today. Super tired, so just a quick post. =)
Finally, they’re here! Because of the drought, most trees are going right to brown, which is a real shame… Still love a deep rust, though, right?. =)
Hey! I’m starting something.
At least once a week I’m going to try to post a photo that’s all about a feel, a mood that can *hopefully* be captured in one word. I have no idea how this is even going to turn out, but I’ll never know unless I try, right? 🙂 Here’s something different, though: I’d like you to join me! Try to capture something, anything (anything that can be described in a word, sometimes that’s really hard, haha!) through a photograph, and post it with the tag InOneWord, and I’ll try and stop by to look at it. Sound good? Here’s my first humble offering: gnarled!
I like the dichotomy in this; the rough and twisted tree contrasted with the light, almost “effervescent” leaves, which (admittedly) I’ve edited for a more arty feel.
Enjoy, and please join in! 🙂
See? These leaves are already getting that burnt-red autumn goodness to them…which would be great except for that whole “September just started” thing. Summer’s gone so fast… 😐
Some other “end of summer” photos, just to set the tone for the cooler months ahead…enjoy 🙂