Patricia Temples Photography

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Changing of the Seasons

This morning I went for a walk as I sometimes do on my private road.  This time I had my golden retriever Jesse, and a guest dog, Frannie, who belongs to my stepson, along for the adventure.  I also took my camera because I had spotted a lot of birds this morning and wanted to capture some of them. On the walk, I didn’t see birds, but I saw leaves.  All shapes and colors, some with ice on them, many still showing the colors of fall even though winter appears to be close by.  When you are a photographer, it’s good to set a theme for your shooting, then try to find as many different ways to capture it as possible.  Today is was LEAVES.  I hope you like what I found.

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One thought on “Changing of the Seasons

  1. James W. Simmons on said:

    Thanks, Pat. Very nice indeed.

    Jim

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