Autumn leaves in photographs. Autumn light. We’re waiting for the red, yellow and orange colors to arrive. So far we’ve got mostly brown. Waiting for the frost
The leaves in the photographs give a lot of information to the viewer.
Somewhere in a box of old pics I have a photo of the kids with a backdrop of fake autumn trees and birches. I wish I could find it. It’s corny but fun. These photos have real leaves in them.
so if you’re thinking of taking pictures in leaves get ready. Here’s a link to Autumn in Pittsburgh four years ago
Mark in Clarion 1980
Charlie raking leaves 2017
Kristie senior photo November 2016
Handstand man Zagreb Park path October 2015Highland Park 2015
Melissa Senior Photo 2016
Anna, Michael, Jack and Maura Columbus 2014
Trollstigen (Troll’s Road) in Norway. If you click the link you can see pictures of the winding Troll’s Road.
One year ago I was on the Arne and Carlos‘ Knitting Cruise going up the coast of Norway on MS Finnmarken. Thanks to Pam from Massachusetts, my knitting colleague and ship roommate for sending this pic today. Yes that was a wonderful trip of a lifetime and there are many great memories.
I was so happy to receive an email today with this photo of myself that Pam took by the Troll Crossing sign. I was able to go and find the one I took of her, too.
Our tour bus was to drive up the winding roads but due to bad weather, the Troll Road was closed. (After looking at the photos of the road I think I am a bit relieved it was closed)
Thanks again for the fun memory, Pam. I’m glad you follow the blog. Hope you like this post!
It’s been unbearably hot this past week and one cool place to go is the movies. Three of the grandkids and I went to the movie theatre to see Toy Story 4. We took turns sitting in the chair of this cardboard commercial for an upcoming movie.
When I was a kid I loved reading Charles Addams cartoons in a big book we had in our house.
Wednesday my sister and were walking to Grand Central Terminal Market to purchase LiLac chocolate as a hostess gift. We were headed to dinner at our cousin’s. Here’s the Daily News Building built in 1929 in the Art Deco style. Here’s the giant rotating globe in the lobby. Two photos of Christopher Reeve from filming the Superman movies are shown below.
Even at half volume, the anniversary party tent captures the downpour at a deafening level. No this post is NOT a Silent Sunday today.
The rain didn’t stop the festivities, but most partygoers took cover inside. Tables laden with food taken into the open garage.
A short video captures the sounds of the deluge.
Neville Island Pennsylvania.
Back to the serious business of partying outdoors, once the rain stopped. Of course, it stopped and started several times throughout the afternoon.
This past week in Ohio.
On Bale Kenyon Road, late in the day, the barn front in shadow.
I was able to park across the street and shoot but thought I should return the next morning when the sun was on the front. Next trip.
What does a dog think about?
Henry and Josie, the Airedales, were in the driveway when I was getting out of my car the other morning. They looked like they were thinking deeply about something.
Here’s Henry contemplating his shadow.
A dog across the street? The weather? Breakfast?
Let the day begin.