I usually don’t put up autumn decorations (because I didn’t really have any), but this year I decided to change that. I had a hard time figuring out how to decorate my mantel without going out and buying more things, but I think it turned out cute in the end. How do you decorate for Halloween, Thanksgiving, or autumn in general?
The pumpkin picture I took in 2012. The banner I bought at Target for a few dollars. Everything else was purchased at various places like Jo-Ann Fabrics and HomeGoods.
I am part of a group of photographers called “Cities in Color Project”. It’s meant to inspire us to get out and take creative pictures of objects of a certain color each month. This month’s color is purple, so yesterday I went back to the greenhouse to see what I could find.
It’s a fun group to be part of, but sometimes it can be difficult to find a particular color, especially in the middle of winter. The greenhouse, however, can always be counted on to provide interesting and colorful subjects.
I’m not sure yet which color March is going to be, but stay tuned!
If you’re in the U.S., I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Our Thanksgiving was full of delicious food and great company. I made this caramel cheesecake from Tartelette and it was so good!
My 2016 calendar is ready! Below are the images I’ve chosen.
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A look back at my calendars for 2013, 2014, and 2015 is also available.
I also wanted to take some time to include a brief description of each picture. All were taken in 2015.
January – this is a tree in our neighbor’s yard during a snow storm.
February – this is a scene I came across while out for a walk as the snow was melting during a warmer winter day.
March – taken in my garden with my macro lens. I added a photo filter because the original turned out too pastel-looking.
April – taken at my parents’ house with my macro lens.
May – also taken at my parent’s house, but I used my high aperture lens for this one.
June – picture of a luna moth in my yard.
July – flower in my garden.
August – from a flower garden where I work.
September – trees outside of a building near where I work.
October – a foggy morning at my house.
November – a display outside one of the shops downtown.
My husband bought me a new lens for our anniversary! I got a Canon EFS 60mm f/2.8 Macro! I’ve been wanting a macro for a while, so I am really excited! Here are some pictures I took earlier with absolutely no edits made. It’s going to take me a bit to get to the point where I’m as comfortable with it as I am with the others.
I took these pictures around 7 in the morning and I originally thought maybe it was too dark to capture anything good, but I like the way they turned out and I think the morning light created a peaceful looking scene.