Whenever I can, I like to go walking in the woods. These are some photos that I took a few weekends ago, that I hadn’t gotten around to posting before now. The spring path was very muddy. Good thing I … Continue reading
One of my favorite bloggers is doing a #photo365 project this year, and it’s inspired me to do a #photo365 project myself. I’m going to be taking at least one photo each day for a year, and sharing them on … Continue reading
I took these photos on the weekend while walking in one of my favorite woods. Some of the photos are taken with Camera+, one with qbro, some with Instagram, and some with Hipstamatic.
I actually took this photo not one, but two weekends ago, when I was walking in one of my favorite nearby woods. This path was flooded for most of the spring, and the day I took this photo was the … Continue reading
I took these photos a couple of weekends ago when I was walking in the woods. I don’t know why, but I love photographing dandelions. I also got some shots of some unknown (to me) wildflowers. The lilies of the … Continue reading
I took these photos a couple of weekends ago when I was walking in the woods. I loved the textures and visual rhythms of the seed thingies on the branches below.
The last two weekends I’ve gone for walks in the woods near me. There are ponds there, and lots of water fowl – including Canada geese, which are practically pests in my part of the world. The first weekend, I … Continue reading
When I went for a walk in the woods on Easter morning, I saw this tree. There were clumps of fresh, green grass growing in front of it. It made me laugh, because grass isn’t common in these woods. I … Continue reading
I took this photo on Easter Sunday, during a walk in the woods. It’s a picture of a group of dried-out thistles, shot from above. I appreciate seeds pods. ~ Photo theme for April: Renewal
This morning I decided to go for a walk in the woods. I’ve been doing this a lot lately, because walking in the woods is good for me. Plus it’s a great place to take photographs. And I feel most … Continue reading