October is here, but I’ll show you some photos from last month. For those of you who don’t keep up with such trivialities, I can reveal that we’re talking about September.
Nothing exciting happened in September, but I did manage to take a bunch of photos after all.
Last month I decided to publish all my August photos in an album on my Flickr account which two of my visitors decided to check out (thanks you two!). This month, to keep up with the success, I decided to do the same with my September shots. So: head over to Flickr to see all of my September photos in one gallery: https://www.flickr.com/gp/91286401@N03/5V1PA3
Here’s a small preview of what you’ll find there:
«The Changing Seasons» is a monthly photo challenge with a few basic guidelines. I started the challenge in January with photos that I shot in December.
If you feel like joining this challenge, these are the guidelines:
- Find a location near your home. Each month take somewhere between 5-20 photos and post them in a gallery in your blog (I’ll post mine on the 7th, but you can choose your own publishing date).
- Tag your posts with #MonthlyPhotoChallenge and #TheChangingSeasons (this makes it very easy for others to follow the challenge using the WordPress reader if your blog is running in the WordPress platform).
- Don’t use photos from your archive. Only new shots.
Check out other participants galleries:
Very nice. I particularly like shot of the boats with the house with the smiley face up in the wooded hill.
Thanks David. I didn’t notice the smiley face before you mentioned it.
I loved Barcode…
Thanks Babe. It’s a great place to shoot it from, I’ll definitely return there.
Stunning pictures, as usual. You are setting quite a bar for the rest of us 🙂 Mine will be up on Thursday. It just happened I was out shooting today.
Thanks for the nice comment and entry Marilyn.
There is a real richness to these shots Max – beautiful.
Takker og bukker Desley! 😀
Beautiful photos all round, C. Hard to pick a favourite. I thought the eclipse was very well done. I’m sure you planned it out before that shot, and the super moon one too. These things don’t come by that often. Seize the moment.
They don’t come by often, that’s for sure! I didn’t plan a lot, but I did set my alarm to get up in the middle of the night and the camera was ready, already mounted on a tripod, so there was some planning involved. 🙂
Another great selection, and a great idea re Flickr, I think I will do the same, once I have got out and taken my October shots, it’s a miserable cold wet day today so the industrial jungle in which I live should look nice and grungy today!
I got some nice October shots yesterday for next month. Finally I have a few autumn photos, so now I can take a break for the rest of the season! Hehe. Loved your gallery!
Excellent will be great to see them! Don’t take too long a break we would miss your pics 😉
They are all a great selection of photos and I have many favourites including that amazing reflection shot in the lamp, but the stream of running water got my attention this time. Great picture – I simply cannot get this technique down of capturing running water. Obviously you have a lot more patience and have practiced a LOT more than I have 😉
You are not alone Joanne. I cannot capture ‘smooth’ water either. My photos always get over-blown. I think you must need some kind of filter attached. (well, that’s my excuse) 🙂
Yes, you’re right. I used a filter on the water photos. If you don’t have a filter, you can take several exposures and combine them in Photoshop.
Thanks Joanne. I used a filter so that I could take longer exposures on the running water photos.
A great series of shots Cardinal, so many beautiful reflections!
you have wide spectrum of subjects. amazing as always. I think Frognerbekken is my favorite. I can’t believe it’s almost end of the year.where did 2015 go???
those reflections are stunning… do you use any special filter for those?
Another great set!
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Hello again…. and here is the entry from the gritty / industrial end of Brussel in Molenbeek
the water photos are so nice.
Ten months! Hard to believe, isn’t it?
Underbara bilder, Max.
I also found September to be a mediocre month for shooting. Most of 2015 for that matter. Hopefully things will pick up soon.
I see you were in a watery mood this month (well, actually last month) some lovely reflections captured. And a sliver of the blood moon too! Well done Cardinal. I’ll be out shortly to see what is happening around my little town this month, just waiting for a bit more colour in the leaves 😀
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As always, I LOVE your photos!
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Such fun shots this month with all of the reflections 🙂
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Another beautiful and interesting gallery, Cardinal. Sorry I’ve not been around recently. I did use Flickr for a while but haven’t been there lately. 🙂
As usual you post a beautiful gallery. Barcode is my favorite this month.
Just posted my entry of the month: http://ceceliafutch.com/2015/10/18/monthly-photo-challenge-north-chagrin-reservation-october/
A nice collection of some of your many fine photos!!
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Truck vs tram looks scary!
Beautiful shots. I love the one with the still water in it.
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I finally did September!
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