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Taken in ASSISI, one of my most favorite Italian towns.
Thank you everyone for all the wonderful comments and invitations!! xox
With those endless walks while many leaves fall, covering the sky....
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I want to share this picture that I took for the Dolly boutique contest! I wanted to represent the thing that I love most in Autumn: walking through a park while watching the leaves fall, I think it has something nostalgic and beautiful at the same time, don't you think so? I hope you like it!
**PD: I want to give a special "thank you very much" to my boyfriend for give me effort and help me with the picture, the true is that I'm not in a good moment and I would pass to enter in the contest, but thanks to him I'm here jejeeje <3
I'm still trying to catch up when I have free time u.u although I'm go so slow.. anyway I want to let you know that I see all your beautiful pictures/ upload and them always put a smile on my face!
Also I want to thank you for all your kind comments and favs in my pictures! it means a lot for me! Thank you very much ♥
Hola amig@s! ^__^
Quería compartir con vosotros la foto que he tomado para el concurso de Dolly boutique! quise representar lo que mas me gusta del Otoño, un tranquilo paseo en el parque mientras vemos las hojas caer, creo que eso tiene algo nostálgico y hermoso al mismo tiempo, no les parece? espero que os guste!
**PD: Quiero dar un agradecimiento especial a mi novio por darme animos y ayudarme a hacer esta foto! la verdad es que no me siento en un buen momento y pensaba pasar de entrar en el concurso, pero gracias a el aquí estoy jejejeje <3
También quiero decir que estoy intentando ponerme al día cuando tengo tiempo libre u.u aunque voy bastante lento... de cualquier manera quiero que sepáis que siempre veo vuestras preciosas fotos/ actualizaciones y ello siempre pone una sonrisa en mi cara!
También quiero agradeceros por todos los amables comentarios y favoritos en mis fotos! significan mucho para mi! Muchas graciasss ♥
This is the third photo from yesterday's rural ramble, and I have probably shown the three best. This might be my fave of the day. I think this was taken on or near Don Fosters Road (although this name doesn't appear on the Flickr map) as we approached the village of Lanark as we began to wend our way home.,
The Canal walk.
Kilkenny city, Ireland.
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A day with my eldest son up on the Odaray Plateau yielded some great colour with the larches in autumn display.
Yoho National Park, Canada
Happy Weekend to All!
Have been busy for the past few days so haven't got the time to update my flickr or take any new photo~ but I still have plenty of old photos that I haven't post them in flickr yet~ and here is one of them!
Have a great week ahead my dear friends!!!
Fall has arrived. Behold the changing leaves,
and enjoy the crisp breeze. Let your eyes take
in the bursts of color. Transformation is afoot
and hope is in the air. ~♥~
Wishing you all a beautiful day ~ night : ))
Hugs & Kisses ~♥~
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This barn was originally a Seventh Day Adventist school in the 1870's. It was purchased and moved to its current location by a farmer in 1900.
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Finally started to get out and about after something of a lull. It's difficult to squeeze everything in at the moment, but I realized if I didn't make the effort and actually pick up the camera, it's one of those things that you just put off and off until in the end you're not actually doing any photography anymore. So I've decided to make the effort and make sure I get out once or twice a week if I can. The thing is, I love it when I do. Anyway, this one is from a trip I did a few days ago.
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This was an unpaved road that I happened upon while driving. The sun was lighting up the few remaining golden leaves....
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Finally it's the Japanese maple season, even tho when we went there yday, only 60% of maple trees turned red, but the Green, Orange, Red mixture is pretty as well! Blue color is the color of sky, i'm still trying to remember what was the thing look purple in the picture lol!
Playing with Topaz Impressions.
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Note: A large percentage of my "landscape" photos (including the ones in this set, along with several related images which I've gradually deleted from Flickr) are now copyright-protected, and are not available for downloads and free use. You can view them here in Flickr, but if you would like prints, enlargements, framed copies, and other variations, please visit my SmugMug "Virginia farm gallery" by clicking here.
Note: this photo was published in a Nov 5, 2014 blog titled "50 Photos That Prove Autumn Is The Prettiest Season In Every State."
On four different occasions in the past few years, friends of ours have invited us to spend a weekend on their farm in rural Virginia, about 75 miles west of Washington, DC. You can see an overview of the photos I took of those visits in this Flickr collection, though several of the individual photos are restricted to "friends and family" on Flickr.
We went back for a fifth visit this past weekend, and I realized that it was much later in the year -- our previous visits had been in the spring, summer, and Labor Day weekend. Unlike Vermont and New Hampshire, rural Virginia is far enough south that there are still leaves on the trees in mid-November, and it still looks very much like autumn. I didn't see any of the bright, fiery red trees that one would see in Vermont, but there were lots of orange and yellow bushes, leaves, and trees all around.
About half of these photos were taken in the middle of the day, with fairly bright, direct sunlight. The other half were taken in the late afternoon, about an hour before sunset. I'm not sure what it would have been like at dawn, but I suspect the light would have been fantastic, and there probably would have been a little bit of mist and fog to focus on. But I was too lazy to get up at dawn, so all I've got to show you is the mid-day and afternoon scenery....