Posts Tagged ‘leaves’

© janet m. webb 2017

How can it already by the third Monday of March?  It’s truly March Madness* and not the basketball sort!  However, the third Monday means it time to go retro with a black and white photo and here’s my choice for this week. I hope you enjoy it.

This may be my last post for a while, as I head for California tomorrow morning for a visit with our older daughter.  A short trip to Yosemite is in the plans, weather willing, and I’m taking my Nikon as well as my iPhone.  I’m quite sure you’ll see some of whatever I see during the trip at some time in the not-to-distant future.  🙂  I’m very excited about that trip, as I haven’t been to Yosemite since I was a child, more than a few years ago, and I’ve never been there at this time of year.

Until then, keep well.  I’ll miss you! (I’ll respond to any comments, just not post or read other posts.)

© janet m. webb 2017

*For those of you not from the US, March Madness is what they call the men’s college basketball tournament that determines the national champion.  It runs for a good part of March all over the US.

 

© janet m. webb 2014

Sometimes when I walk, I’m focused mainly on the big picture, the sky, the sunrise, the clouds and the plants and trees reaching for them. Often, though, I look more closely, down lower, seeking the smaller, hidden or less obvious things, their minute beauty waiting to be discovered and appreciated. That’s the fun of macro photography, seeing the other side of nature or, in this case, the other side of a leaf, and presenting it as something that looks very different.

© janet m. webb 2016

The Fridays are flying by much too quickly and it’s hard for me to believe we’re more than halfway through November!  Thanksgiving, for those of us in the US, is one less than a week away.  So many blessings for which to be thankful!

This week’s photo challenge theme is “Magic“.  To me, the morning light can be magic(al) as I try to show with this photo from earlier in the week. Even thought I know the science behind leaves changing colors, that is also magical and it makes me happy to live where there are seasons.

May your weekend be filled with magic!

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