Early Autumn (photos from my walk)

I just got back from a walk through some of the nearby neighborhoods here in East York. I decided to bring my camera, because it seemed like a prime day to take some early-fall pictures. Here are just a few of the highlights:

This was the most symmetrical tree that I shot today... at the top, at least.

This was the most symmetrical tree that I shot today... at the top, at least.

I had varying luck, as far as the sun goes. For this shot and the next, I was shooting across the sun’s light, which leaves the top of the photos somewhat empty and grey.

I tried to get orange, red and yellow leaves, but there weren't many nice, yellow-tipped trees to photograph. Maybe next time!

I tried to get orange, red and yellow leaves, but there weren't many nice, yellow-tipped trees to photograph. Maybe next time!

This next shot shows the sky a little better!

Trees, early fall, East York

Trees, early fall, East York

This next pic is a fun one! The background is clean, and I managed to center it perfectly – no cropping! (I’m not normally this good at centering subjects like this…)

Keeping the lamp post company

Keeping the lamp post company

Finally, here is a priceless picture!

Happy Halloween? or an animated discussion, frozen for all time?

Happy Halloween? or an animated discussion, frozen for all time?

Yeah, I cropped that one… I just got my first digital camera this year, and I haven’t used it enough. When I have, though, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed it. Hopefully I will use it more, partially motivated by this new blogging experiment, and my skills will improve. I hope you enjoyed the photos; I plan to do this again in the next couple of weeks when autumn is more ripe!

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