Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Forest Stairs

Forest stairs
mushroom
fern
Goldenrod
Goldenrod
branch
Sneezeweed
Happy October!

Here are some of my favorite photos from September. Goldenrod, sneezeweed, mushroom, moss and spiderweb - they sound like ingredients for an autumn witch's brew. I'm always amazed at what I find when I go outside and take a close look at things.

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13 comments:

  1. This post makes me so happy! I'm so excited for it to be October and these photos are just gorgeous.

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    1. Thanks, Sophie! October's just a wonderful month. :-)

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  2. These photos are seriously beautiful. I love that first one, and everything together just makes me think of fairyland or something.

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    1. Thank you, Jessica. Those little mushrooms always make me think of fairies or gnomes.

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  3. They do sound like ingredients for a witch's brew! You always take such lovely pictures. I love all the golden hues, and that little mushroom in the second picture.

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    1. Thanks so much, Lucy. September was just full of golden hues - there's still fields and fields of goldenrod blooming.

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  4. Very evocative photos, especially that first one and the one of the log. Makes me think of the moments before a thunderstorm.

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    1. Thank you, Kristian! Interestingly, all of these were taken on bright, sunny days, but after you pointed that out, I definitely see what you mean!

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  5. Wow so many gorgeous pictures! That first one is wonderful. They all look so autumnal and pretty though!

    Jamie | PetitePanoply.com

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    1. Thanks, Jamie! I've photographed those stairs at least twice on different occasions, but this is the only time I was happy with the shot.

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  6. I love these photos! They make me miss traipsing through the woods of Oregon- stumbling on random stairs and bridges, spiderwebs, and seeing wild mushrooms growing out of everything.

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    1. Thank you, Lisa! I'd love to visit Oregon someday.

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