Taken earlier today along with the “In dreams" photos.
My latest assignment for the visitor’s bureau is to take landscape photos of nearby barns and fields.
I almost didn’t notice how lovely this road was because I had pulled over and was too busy taking photos of a nearby barn. I’m glad I stopped what I was doing long enough to look around and really take in the scene.
(Nearly the whole first page of my blog is orange now.)
My awesome friends agreed to model for me yesterday. The shoot was for the Oxford Visitor’s Bureau, and hopefully some of these photos will be used in future brochures. :)
Trying to accurately capture the beauty of autumn through photographs can be a very intimidating task.
Raking leaves. The not-so-fun part about autumn.
(Unless you pile them up and jump in?)
More experiments in backlighting.
(Dig the fro.)
For days now I’ve been trying to photograph these little birds that hang all over the apartment complex. They’re surprisingly fast.
Sometimes they huddle around in front of the building door, then flutter off in a very loud swarm the second you step outside. It always startles me. I think they do it on purpose and then laugh as they fly away.
Fall colors in the neighborhood.
More to come because I just cannot stop taking photos of the trees.
Sunday night apartment details.
Harvest! (Corn and soybeans.)