I try to take a walk most every day. It’s a good thing for me, and Mikey loves it too!
Working from home allows for my walk to sometimes be first thing in the morning, sometimes during a “lunch break,” and sometimes just a random “need some fresh air and a stretch” time of the day.
My walk is usually the same 2-4 mile stretch depending on the amount of time I have.
As I was walking this beautiful Fall afternoon, I noticed how different the trees and leaves looked compared to just a day ago. I noticed how different things looked when it is cloudy compared to when it is sunny.
I am fortunate to live in a place on this beautiful earth of ours that enjoys four very distinct seasons. Western Pennsylvania’s weather ranges from as high as 90-100 degrees F in the summer to as low as 0 degrees F (and occasionally even below zero) in the winter. Springs are typically wet and lush. Fall is crisp and colorful.
So even though I typically walk the same “path,” the look and feel of it varies dramatically depending on the time of year, time of day, weather, and/or the people or things I encounter along the way.
And what I’ve learned while carrying my camera is there is something new to be discovered every time I walk.
So this section of my blog will be devoted to sharing random shots caught on my daily walks with my camera.
I hope you will enjoy and provide feedback, tips, suggestions, and help me learn to not only hone my self-taught photography skills, but also my outlook on life.
Cheers & Hugs,