Tuesday, November 23, 2010

~ The Colors of Autumn ~

The weather had been beautiful lately! Very warm for November. I didn't get a chance to go hiking though, but I did walk around a lake with beautiful trees and plants!  I usually like to take close up pictures, but I am trying to get a hang of landscape pictures. 

I think I need a wide angle lens.  The trees are so beautiful and I just can't seem to get them all in the frame. 

Even the fallen leaves are pretty!  I want to go back when all the leaves have fallen and cover the grass completely.  I also want to rake them into a pile and throw Momo in it!  Will it be weird if I am raking leaves at the lake?

Do I look sporty?  I got new clothes for these strolls and hiking!

I was hoping the sky will look more blue in this picture.  It looked really blue in real life.
One of my favorites...I even got the duck that makes it more interesting I think.  The reflections are just so gorgeous!

I love these little fuzz balls.  Very cute!

I don't know what these are, but it looks cool!  I like stuff with 5 petals because it reminds me of stars.

Looks like cotton...the fibers are strangely shimmery.  Very interesting.

More fuzz balls!  I think I like the 2nd one the most.  My brother would call it fuzzy, but I think it has a very romantic mood to it.

Bright red leaves and bright yellow leaves.  So glad I got a chance to enjoy the beauty of autumn before it gets cold!  It's strange.  I never appreciated or liked autumn before.  Now, every day when I drive to work, I am in awe of the beautiful blue skies, wispy clouds and colorful trees along the way.  Must be getting old!


Kym said...

this is one of the reasons i love fall! seeing all the trees and leaves change colors :) great photos!

InsideOut Elle said...

ahh I love all your photos, they're always so peaceful looking ^_^

Joyce said...

thank you! :)

The Beading Gem said...

Your tree pictures are just outstanding. Beautifully framed even without a wide angle lens!

em.me.ma said...

gorgeous post :)

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