Letting go. Trees can be good teachers. I’ll be away for a couple of weeks and won’t post until my return. Advertisements
Waking to a gorgeous sunrise one morning last week, I rushed to pull up the window blinds to take a photo of the incredible pink clouds. My attention was soon directed to these trees off to one side of the … Continue reading
Sun streaking through remaining leaves that have turned to gold, a final goodbye prayer of love to the world. Photo taken with an iPhone 6Plus in Camera+, and edited with the Dreamstate filter, followed by a little edit in Pixlr … Continue reading
Walks these days find me with head down enjoying all kinds of fall treasures. Photo taken with an iPhone 6Plus, edited in Snapseed and PicMonkey. More photos for today’s mobile macro challenge can be found on Sally’s blog, Lens and Pens … Continue reading
Northern California’s Central Valley. Fall colors that are a bit different from what one thinks of in general when contemplating autumn. There are leaves of gold and red in places, yes, but it is the sky and the barren fields having been … Continue reading
Photo taken with iPhone 4s Camera+, a polarizing filter was used.
Photos taken at High-Hand Nursery in Loomis, California, that is on the site of a 100-year-old fruit packing plant. The gardens are beyond beautiful, with trees, flowers, and plants. I will introduce the water features tomorrow, to be followed by … Continue reading
It is 5:30 P.M. as I post this photo; it is 97 degrees. This just isn’t right. There is no sign of fall here in the Central Valley of Northern California, and it may take a while to get here. The photo … Continue reading
The mornings are beginning to feel like fall; cooler mornings, the sun slanting in through the fence’s trellis at a different angle catching my eye. I think I like this getting up early thing.