Nov 30, 2010

Leaves of three, leave them be.

Mackenzie and I went for a walk one afternoon early this month.



I'm always struck by the variety of leaves on a single stretch of road.



I hadn't engrossed myself in photography for a while, so it was soothing to hear the shutter *click* again.



Flaming red, somber plum, and dusty butter colored poison oak.



Rim lit Oleander.



Starch creased, ever green, blackberry bramble.



Maple.



Now fall is almost gone. Never has it flown away so fast.

3 comments:

lauren anne said...

those are simply gorgeous photos. I especially love the second one. you have talent.

blessings.

Erin said...

Love the second to last one, especially :)

Ginny said...

Shiloh! I have been catching up on your blog. You are the perfect person to have a blog; or maybe you just decide to be that way.

Your pictures are so glowy and delicious, you have a quaint home and little children to take pictures of, and you are a good cook, and you are a great, thoughtful writer.

All in all, this blog is so cool and fun to read. Thanks for keeping up with it. :)

If I were a boy, I would marry you.