With lots of teaching duties this fall, I’m afraid there won’t be much time for photography. A misty Sunday morning is a real gift!
The leaves already start to get their autumn colors. I think the forest is done with being hot and dry – like me…
Summer is for me not the best time for photography. But after the heatwave finally broke, there was a bit of mist this morning. See how small we as humans actually are! Dwarfed…
Recently, I’ve been expanding my hikes. Today, I walked from Groesbeek to Gennep, through beautiful forest lanes and spring flowers. How I’m enjoying the spring!
Today was an ideal day to go out with my camera. Spring is really here, with the soft greens and striking reds of the young beech leaves. What a blessing to be able to enjoy this!
We’ve had some big storms this year, and many trees have fallen, like this old beech tree. Even in destruction, there is beauty!
Once in a while it’s great to go back and look at old unedited photographs. Sometimes they are gems waiting to be discovered!
As the days grow shorter and colder, there is a lot of moisture in the air, more often than not in the form of rain. It seems to wash away colors and details, leaving only the most essential information.
This place looks like it stepped out of a story book. The fall colors make it a truly magical place.