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Saturday, October 26, 2013

won't you be my neighbor?

Fall is my favorite season.  It's a beautiful fall day today.  I was doing homework, and it was strangely fun, but Magnum, Meego, and China were all outside.  Pout.

I grabbed that new camera and went out for some playtime while the menfolk "worked".























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10 comments:

  1. Killer camera....but you get the credit for the pics.
    The placement of your subjects is perfect.

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    1. This could become an unhealthy diversion.

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  2. I have my camera ready, and I love to print out the photos. Now my printer is belly up.
    Do you print your photos or just leave them on your computer?

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    1. I rarely print them out because our printer, while not belly up, is not the greatest for photos. If I want physical copies, I get them done somewhere out-of-house.

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  3. Great pictures! Looks like you had a beautiful day in your neighborhood. Love the way you've captured the reds and yellows along with the sunlight.

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    1. Well YOU'RE so good at this, so that's appreciated. Mother nature helped a lot.

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  4. I love fall too. While running this morning, I marveled at how beautiful this time of year is. The sun sparkled on the frost covered ground and highlighted the colorful trees. I briefly thought of taking a pic with my phone, but you know how those turn out. Grainy. A brand new camera, though...
    Nice that you took a few moments away from the fun of homework to capture these shots. Especially the one of a "working" kid. ;)

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    1. Yeah, cell phones just don't do justice to the real thing. Pretty soon we'll be crabbing about winter, so better enjoy this now!

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  5. Taking a break to have some camera fun and family togetherness - good for you!

    The color of leaves in the fall are unbeatable in photos.

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  6. Nice way to get a good workout outdoors. Enjoy the weather while it lasts. Old man winter is coming.

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