REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Monday, October 13, 2014

Project 52 2014 #42

Some years, the colors of fall are especially varied and vibrant.  These jewel-toned leaves are a short distance from my front door, growing in an alley against the  wall of an old shop---I don't even know what's inside, although I've lived here 36 years.  The owner is a homegrown mechanic, always working on some kind of vehicle, generally an old one.  Its location in a residential zone, across the street from a century-old church, is one of those sights relatively typical in small rural towns like ours.  But I digress. The colorful leaves decorate the weathered wood, and make a good choice for my Project 52 photo book.  I'm linking again with Kent Weakley's Project 52  and Sweet Shot Tuesday. 



photo taken with Samsung Galaxy 5

6 comments:

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

luv the rich color

Rosie Grey said...

How beautiful, Evelyn! I love how it shows the whole fall colour range!

Sharon said...

Vibrant colors! We don't have much color here -- it was too dry all winter. Thanks for sharing the beauty in your world!

Ida said...

What great colors/tones this shot has. Autumn really is a beautiful season.

bailey-road.com said...

Beautiful reds! Most of the leaves around here are golden yellow.

TexWisGirl said...

lovely. (i like my samsung galaxy 4, too.)