Friday, November 4, 2011

Photo Friday

Welcome to my new series, Photo Friday. It will be quite similar to my 31 Days of Photography Fun. One photo each week with not too many words if any at all.

Kati’s Little Corner of the World

Want to join in the fun?
Just take a picture and put in on your blog *. Add the above button to your blog post and put the link to it in my comment section so that I can see what you captured with your camera.

* Feel free to add as many words as you like to go along with your photo. I decided to put few words in mine but that is just the way I want mine to look.


Frances said...

What a beautifully-shaped and colored leaf you have captured, Kati. This time of year, I am constantly looking "down" as I am walking, hoping to see leaves that are unique and worthy of being photographed. Hmmmm ... seems like a good way to walk right into something, doesn't it? I love it that you are continuing your photography thread through your Photo Friday venture. It will be fun to have that to look forward to each week. I'll let you borrow my macro lens for a few days some time soon (smile).

Thanks, Kati, for visiting my Little Birds blog. Have you ever been to Harpers Ferry? I really love it there. I've been three times ... in summer, in winter and in Autumn. I think I must go this coming year in the Springtime when the trees are blooming. It would be fun to do something like that together. Hugs!

By the way, we followed that goose around for quite a while. It had a mate with it in the beginning. Evenutally the mate flew down into the river, but the one I photographed just couldn't seem to work up the courage, even though it stood at the edge of the water and looked and looked for quite some time.

Kristin said...

What a beautiful leaf. We did some leaf rubbings this week with some leaves from the yard. The one the kids liked the best was similar in color to that one. I didn't take many pictures at all this week :-(, but I'm going to try to link up to you next week.

Anonymous said...

i love the pic of the indian corn and pumpkins in front that old abandoned farm house