Photos from November 11th

It’s been a while already since my last post of photographs, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t occasionally been taking them – I’ve just been lazy about posting them!  As it is, I have a few posts-worth of photos to share, and hope to get them on the blog in the next couple of weeks.

My first set was taken on November 11th, which was Veterans Day.  It got pretty cold the night before, and we had a bit of snowfall, so I decided to take my camera with me when I went out for my morning walk.

My previous photo post was taken at the Chestnut Hill Cemetery, as I tend to go there during my morning walks because the cemetery is on a hill, and I get some good inclines to walk up, down, and around.  I generally approach the cemetery from the footbridge at Dodge Creek, and this set of pictures is mainly from that part of my walk.

(Click to enlarge if you like.)

Dodge Creek, looking northeast as I approached the footbridge

The footbridge at Dodge Creek. I was the first one to cross it that morning, so I thought I'd take a picture! (Then I walked across... Bwahahaha!!)

Chapel at Chestnut Hill Cemetery

Snow and trees in the Cemetery itself.

Dodge Creek, further north and east.

The final photo was taken from the bridge that crosses Dodge Creek – I thought this was a nice view as the creek winds its way out of the woods toward town (which is the opposite direction from where I faced when I took the shot).

I hope you enjoyed these photos.  I have some others that I took more recently, and I’ll include them in a future post.

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2 Comments on “Photos from November 11th”

  1. Tesh says:

    All good shots, but I really love that Dodge Creek photo. Thanks for sharing! I love the contrast between the colors of late fall and the snow.

    • Russ says:

      Thanks, Tesh! Yes, that one’s my favorite too, both for the colors and because it feels like there is a lot to see in the photo if you look at it closely. It’s a good thing modern cameras are pretty great (even point-and-clicks like mine), because there isn’t a lot of skill that went into pulling out some of the details that are in that photo! 🙂


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