Nature is full of color! The fall is one of the best for warm colors. Maybe because it’s about to get cold so Mother Nature wants you to feel the warmth…
Anywho, for the Color Your World – Orange challenge, I’ve picked this photo which also made Birthday Sunrise Photo of the Day on Light & Composition, with a beautiful Texas sunrise on my birthday in October! Enjoy!
Sepia in nature is always amazing in it’s simplicity. So for Color Your World – Sepia, I’m sharing a photo of a full moon as it appears on a cloudy night…
Last night, my son and I went to see Interstellar at the movies. It’s been colder than normal here in Texas, as in many of the US states. But I was shocked when I opened the door of the theatre and stepped out into the SNOW! It’s not even Thanksgiving yet and it was snowing! I’m not a fan of the cold – give me a sunny beach any day of the week! It also reminded me of our horrid and destructive ice storm last December. Even in the destruction, though, you could find some beauty…
As the sun was setting last evening behind the trees of our pond, the sun created an odd photo – half the sky was light and half dark with some beautiful highlights.
And part of Cee’s Odd Ball photo challenge
These are some photos that my Husband took during our recent disastrous ice storm. I was in Arizona in the cozy 67 degree weather. But he has some fantastic photos!
Taken on the Talimena Drive/Winding Stair Mountains/Ouachita National Forest in Oklahoma.
Ouachita National Forest
Winding Stair Mountains
When I think of change in my world of photography I think of the change of the seasons. So today I wanted to share with you one of my favorite “series” or trio from my vast collection of photos of nature. These are especially sentimental to me because it is of a dogwood in our front yard that meant a lot to my late mother-in-law. I hope you enjoy!
Glenna’s Dogwood in the Fall
Glenna’s Dogwood in the Spring
Genna’s Dogwood in the Snow