[Categories: Photography, Photography 101 Forever]
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The Lens-Artists Challenge is hosted this week by Patti.
Is it FALL now, to everyone’s convenience, since we have had SUMMER followed by SPRING in our inimitable Lens-Artists Challenges?!?! So be it.
Fall Challenges, or AUTUMN as it is called by those more fluent with The Queen’s English, most notably the English, will no doubt be a riot of FALL COLORS. I will do my best to represent the same from a Colorado point of view, though, pretty as they are, I admit they don’t compare to climes with a greater variety of deciduous trees.
I’m posting dozens of pictures from autumnal archives, if you can stand it. I plan to post ONE photo for WINTER, which I already have in mind.
Following are a plethora of pictures from 2013 (Lake Dillon is no longer as low as shown), many with which I discovered VIVID COLOR mode on my old Nikon camera. [Ed: It looks like this first series was take with my old Canon ELPH 100. Go figure.] Highly unnatural, just like many photos I see at crafts fairs, but they’re fun. (Reminder: CLICK TO ENLARGE the photos that may intrigue you, scroll through for awhile using your left or right arrow cursor keys, then use your ESC key or click the X in the upper left corner to return to this page.)
If that isn’t enough, here are other posts from 2013 with another zillion photos. Happy Fall!
Stay safe, be well. Be kind to one another. 😷 👏 👍
Kudos to the tireless leaders of the weekly Lens-Artists challenge.
For those of you still puzzling, I finished the 2000-piece I was working on, three weeks time:
I quit. Don’t try this at home. Numerous medical caveats may apply.