I took a short walk yesterday evening to enjoy the crisp air and setting sun. I felt a bit crazy walking more after being on my feet all morning and having to hike back to my car by the least efficient route due to the Dalai Lama’s visit, but I’m glad I got out for a bit. The sun sets earlier each day, but the clarity and warmth it provides during daylight hours at this time of year make up for it.
The leaves are beginning to change their colors and fall to the earth, but many thriving green leaves remain. I plucked some from their branches to use as stamps for a small craft project.
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What do you think of the colors now that they’re in full swing?
I just noticed on my way to work this morning that the changing colors are becoming more vibrant and apparent! I keep meaning to bring my camera with me around town because every single day has been so beautiful in its own way. I see you also live in C-ville? Do you ever get a chance to photograph the hot air balloons that rise over the city every few weeks?
I do, but I don’t actively do it anymore. I’ve got plenty of hot air balloon photos （ ´∀｀）