Photo Challenge – Autumn 2010
Once again, it is time for one of Scott’s challenges over at Views Infinitum. And I like this one – nice and wide open! Autumn is a beautiful time of year and I think I got a few decent shots with my little point-and-shoot this season.
Hydrangeas are one of my favorite flowers in no small part because they look beautiful from the time they bud till they dry out.
I thought this tree in my neighbor’s yard looked rather grand from across our fence.
This is not even remotely a typical sight in New England in November, but I found this petunia pushing its way through the fallen leaves in my garden on November 13th, so I had to include it.
We traveled to Cooperstown, NY in early October and stayed on the shores of Lake Otesaga. I thought these leaves floating on the water were pretty.
Another view of Lake Otesaga
This was a lucky shot taken from a restaurant on the shore of the lake at sunset, right through the window. I didn’t touch up this photo for color at all.
And last, I have to include a picture of Ozzie, who just got done rolling in the leaves and has quite a few stuck to his fur.
Another fun challenge, Scott! I look forward to the next.