The subject this week is: "Autumn"
Interpret this any way you like and have fun!
So armed with my camera, new filter and instructions on how to use it I went off looking for autumn pictures. Right away I ran into a problem. Looking into my viewfinder I couldn't see well enough to tell any difference when I rotated my filter! I tried covering it and looking but really couldn't tell much. It was also overcast at times by the time we got started. Some pictures turned out great, some awful and very dark and some more colorful then they looked in real life. I even brought my tripod and used it. Gee, starting to at least look like I know what I am doing, LOL. So here are a few. As usual I took over 180 pictures and have trouble decided which to show so I will show more then one, less then 180.
Now this one is a little dark but I love the way the road S curves away.
We were at the beginning of the horse trail so this hitching posts drew my attention along with the dark red sumac in the back.
This is one of those that was more colorful in the picture then I remembered it really being. My husband says it really looked like that but he had sunglasses on. Must be the filter? I do like the road in it though.
We have lots of wild turkey around and these 2 sat still long enough for a picture.
Last but not the least of the many I took the sound of crunching leaves under my feet as I climbed up steep hills to get to the top for pictures. Taking pictures is good exercise.