FOTD – AUTUMN BRILLIANCE – PART I

FOTD – October 16 – Autumn Leaves

I muct admit I didn’t realize I’d done this post twice. That’s what you get when you have such an abundance of pictures, I guess. I got lost in the sorting.

October makes me want to take pictures all the time. I can’t always convince the rest of me to get out there and capture the world, but my brain really wants to go. If only it could convince my feet! For all that, I have taken a lot of pictures. Garry too, but there’s something wrong with his camera, so tomorrow, he’s going to have to use a different camera rather than the tiny Leica has been using.

I’m not quite sure what’s wrong with it, but it seems to be having battery and SD card issues. Batteries drain in just a few minutes — which might mean only one bad battery. Other times. it won’t read the SD card. The worst part is that the problem is intermittent. It works, then stops.

Fortunately, there is an Olympus waiting for him, ready to go. He just loved the compactness and lightness of the little Leica, but getting a camera like that fixed — especially since it is no longer being made — is difficult. He doesn’t have anything against the Olympus except that it’s too big to put in his bag and have it always at hand.

More to come! I just have to get out there and bring my camera.



Categories: #BlackstoneRiver, #foliage, #FOTD, #Photography, Autumn, Cee's Photo Challenge, Flower of the day, landscape, New England, woodland

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  1. I m in love with this post. Feel like staying here in your page forever

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    • It is really lovely outside — and today is actually chilly. We’re going out to take some pictures soon, too. I think everything is at or nearly at peak for the year.

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  2. I’m loving your autumnal pictures, Marilyn. So far it looks as though your fall is more colourful than ours! 🙂

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    • It’s a good year. Last year was good too. What’s not so good is that autumn is coming late and not lasting nearly as long. It will be just about 10 days, start to finish. The pictures will live on.

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      • Only ten days? That’s astounding. I wonder what on Earth is causing that – more climate change I suppose. But it’s a sad state of affairs when the best part of the arborial year is reduced to less than a fortnight. 😦

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  3. awesome marilyn! Really hope garrys camera issues can be sorted!

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  4. Thanks so much, Marilyn, for sharing your beautiful time, I felt happy when I look at these photos🌹❤😀

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