I get to have the best days with my nephew Rhys. While I am not home often, when I am home for more than a weekend I make an effort to do a day of photo adventure with him. These are (mostly) taken by him – a few, maybe, by his dad, my brother, Lee.
Archive for October, 2019
Jules said “no heights” which is limiting if you are in the White Mountains, but I made due!
If you are ever in NH, this is a great place to go – gives you a wicked sense of what life as a super duper rich person is like.
Then we hung out in Littleton, did the river walk and waited for the sun to set – worth it!
We took off to NH for a few days because I wanted Jules to see where I’ve been working for the better part of a year!
We didn’t stop much, but when we did it was gorgeous!
I dragged her to The Flume, we had a nice walk and took some great pictures.
We also drove down the Kanc and then up Crawford Notch.
Then one of the best sunsets I’ve seen in a while happened. Overall, a great day!
Sometimes you take a set of photos and are just “not happy” with them. This is what happened when I was in New Mexico a few years ago (4!). I didn’t, at the time, have lightroom. I have over 300 gigs of photos so going thru every single set is – near impossible. This was a set that I wanted to give another shot.
Hey, guess what – it’s Fall!
That’s right, winter is coming……
Don’t shoot the messenger. My friend, Shell and I have these bi-monthly challenges going and of course, I hit up fall for this one. It is October!
We are allowed 5 photos (I do have honorable mentions this time around)
I was coming back from Maine, when I decided to go off the GPS path – and I spotted his in the water. It’s a mini rock island, with a flag and a brilliant tree. Took me a few shots to get the reflection “just” right.
I drove through Groveton my way to the hike that didn’t happen – and this is a bridge one of my former pts has often said “I’m going to go live under my bridge”. I did show her this picture and she agreed that it captured the bridge in its full glory of fall.
I did a turn around when I saw this old barn and this wonderfully full color tree growing in front of it.
I saw THREE bridges on my hike that never happened – this was the 1st. Nothing spectacular, a one lane covered bridge. It was the clear water under it that I wanted to capture. After popping on my boots, slogging through wet underbrush – I snagged a few red and orange leaves on the shore and some clouds doing a build up to the rain that would eventually wash out my hike.
The last on my list is from my walk at The Dells – every time I go there I get a few great snaps.
The sun was coming down, the leaves at the Dells are more yellow than bright red and orange. I thought this captured the spirit of the Dells.
Honorable mentions are below.
Winter is coming folks! Enjoy the last of the fall.
If you want to explore my friend, Shell’s blog – here is the link! https://inmyeyesview.photo.blog/