BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

WALK IN THE WOODS (THREE PHOTOGRAPHS)

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We had been running some errands and I brought a 50 mm lens with me, thinking if the opportunity arose… When we had finished, we weren’t far from a small woodland area and had a look around. The colours along the path were beautiful and I stopped for a few shots. I was particularly happy to see some mushrooms. They were the first ones I’d seen in decent shape after the hot dry summer. The rain has finally caught up with us now. I hope there’s still a bit of fall foliage remaining once the wet and wind taper off and that I have a wide angle lens with me next time.

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22 thoughts on “WALK IN THE WOODS (THREE PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Love the mushrooms! These photos are very peaceful. 😀

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  2. Loved your post, especially the single leaf photo, great artistic impression

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  3. What I really like about these beautiful fall photos is that it’s not raining!!!

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  4. I really enjoyed this walk in the woods, Belinda — I, too, find it especially delightful to come upon new mushrooms.

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  5. Wonderful images capturing the essence of autumn!

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  6. Fantastic photos ♥ Happy Wednesday ♥

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  7. I have spent much time in the woods this fall, camera in hand.

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  8. Beautifully captured autumn scenes!

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  9. LOVE the suspended leaf – beautifully captured!

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  10. While all of your photographs are a joy to look at, I feel there is a story in the single leaf …

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