Monthly Photo Challenge: The Changing Seasons 11

‘Cause nothin’ lasts forever. And we both know hearts can change. And it’s hard to hold a candle. In the cold November rain.

It doesn’t really matter, because I’m following the same procedure as I’ve done throughout the year and I’m posting photos from the previous month. That means that these shots are from October…

Click the image to visit the Flickr Gallery for this month (opens in a new window).

If you want to see all the photos, you’ll have to visit my Flickr account, but I’ve picked out a handful to present you here in this gallery.

This is how Oslo looked like in the beginning of October: 


Info on next month

«The Changing Seasons» is a monthly photo challenge with a few basic guidelines that I won’t bother to repeat now (check out the previous posts if you’re interested). I started the challenge in January 2015 with photos that I shot in December 2014. This means that next month, as the year is coming to an end, will be the last month in this challenge. Now, since I started with photos from December last year, I thought that my post #12 (on December 7th) will have photos from November and then – sometime between the 24th-31st of December, I’ll post a closure post/round-up with photos from December 2015, a gallery with the best photos from each month and some of my thoughts around this challenge.

It would be nice if those of you who have participated would also make a “round-up”/best-of gallery with your photos, but it’s all up to you if and how you do it: you can split it in two posts like I will, you can do it in one post, or not at all.

If you want to see all my photos for this months entry, you should visit my Flickr album:

Check out the other participants galleries:

P.S. This is a scheduled post as I’m travelling at the moment. I’ll update the post with your links after I return. As always you should leave a link to your post in the comment section to make sure I don’t miss it.
Edit: Back from my travels now. Photos from the trip will come.



35 thoughts on “Monthly Photo Challenge: The Changing Seasons 11

  1. I need a few more pictures. I can’t believe it’s already November. Wasn’t it spring last week? What happened? Beautiful pictures … I see you still have leaves on the trees. Our trees are shedding like mad and will be bare by next week.

  2. Wow CG, amazing shots, really wonderful. I love the one of your son in the first shot and your baking looks delicious. How about that insect shot?! This post really has it all 🙂

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  4. Once again lovely shots in your part of the world. The baking and buns photos are really good – food photography. Hopefully it isn’t too wet where you are. If not, stay indoors and do a bit more baking 🙂

  5. As the rain hammers against the window, I’m glad you’re taking us back to October, Cardinal. And very beautiful it was! 🙂 This has been a great series. I’ve enjoyed spectating even if I didn’t have time to take part.

  6. The first photo is my favourite too … I love the positioning of a child boldly heading into the cold, steely city background.

    … but all your photos this month have a crispness to them – right down to the water reflections. It looks like you had gorgeous weather in October to yield such golden images.

  7. Great gallery of photos, as usual. The reflections in water are beautiful. I think this time of year lends itself to that type of photography.

    Hard to believe we are nearing the end of this challenge. It has been great fun! I plan to continue for another year but will choose another subject matter (to be revealed next month!) I hope all is well with you. I applaud you for issuing this challenge. I’ve enjoyed seeing images from around the world throughout the seasons, and getting to know a few folks, too. 🙂

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  10. Yes, I agree with many others that the first photograph is spectacular. Beautifully composed. Love your gallery this month, the light, the colours, the reflections. Not to mention the buns. Can I tempt you to post the recipe? I have still to get out and get some November photos – fog and rain hasn’t helped. I have a few, but I’d like a few more. I had already started my round-up 😀

  11. I am impressed with this collection of beautiful pictures from your beautiful city, Oslo! Your photo Barcode Bikers Crew is a real winner shot 🙂

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  16. Ahhhh, a gorgeous collection. Trying to get my October ones done so I can work on November! Great idea about the wrap up. I’m all for that. Although I didn’t start until May. Maybe I will just add a few from the missing months?? 🙂

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  19. Thanks for all the entries so far. I’ve visited your posts and commented on them, but I haven’t replied to all the comments in the comment section here yet. Maybe later. 🙂

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