One Autumn Day

“Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all.”  – Stanley Horowitz 

Over the weekend I felt the need to catch up on a few Autumn photos, as I had not yet taken the time to really go out and photograph my surroundings.  Besides, this is my favorite time of year.  I found myself wandering the Loch Raven Reservoir in hopes of finding amazing foliage and scenery.  This area certainly didn’t disappoint.

I find a lot of peace in the fall.  It just seems like such a perfect transition from the steaming hot summers into the cold harsh winters.  Much like the seasons, I am still working on my own creative transitions, and I think I allowed myself to dive into them a little bit more when I took these photos.  I took some portraits this day as well, but I chose to save them for another blog.

I can’t help but think lately about how much I want to take another trip.  I miss the coast of California.  I miss it’s craggy cliffs and it’s off-beat personality.  However, one thing Cali doesn’t have is the color palette we get to witness this time of year here on the East coast.

Anyway, enough of my rambling.  I hope you enjoy the photos that follow.  If you haven’t yet, follow me on Facebook – CLICK HERE!

Fall Berries
Fall Berries
Geese in the Cold
Geese in the Cold
Sunlit leaves
Sunlit leaves
Loch Raven Reservoir
Loch Raven Reservoir
Fall Trees
Fall Trees
Bridge of Colors
Bridge of Colors
Loch Raven Bridge in Autumn
Loch Raven Bridge in Autumn
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My name is Jennifer and I am an artist/photographer/designer/traveler.

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