The last daisy

There’s this one stubborn daisy that lives alongside the fence between my neighbour’s property and mine. Clearly, it didn’t get the memo that autumn is in full swing; everything else is turning orange, red or brown, yet here it is, cheerily brightening up our ever-shortening days.

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Photo essay #15: lazy Sunday mornings

Sunday mornings in the summer are special. You can sit around the table on the patio, linger over a few cups of coffee and soak in sunshine before it starts getting too hot & harsh.

Of course, the morning light is always nice (when the sun is actually out!). My trusty X100F is never far away, and it was easy for me to get distracted from my reading by noticing how the light was hitting stuff the garden and around the house.

I was more interested in shapes and shadows today, so most everything was shot in Acros and is straight out of camera. Of course, there were a few images that just begged for colour, so they got some SOOC Velvia love.

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