16 Replies to “The Week In Seven Photos”

    1. Thank you!πŸ™‚ I could definitely feel the change in seasons outdoors and as I was capturing and selecting the photos this week. Sweatshirts are now required when kayaking early in the morning and my flower shots have moved from the flower beds to my first attempts at still life photography indoors with a tripod. Thankfully, Gabby is always willing to contribute and this week she took one of her rare selfies while we were out shopping at Cabela’s.πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you and I always look forward to sweatshirt weather and the changing colors of autumn.πŸ™‚ After a day of shopping and selfies, I think Gabby believes she is ready for her own Instagram account.πŸ™‚ Enjoy your weekend!


  1. I always love your Seven Photos Friday, ACI, and this one was another winner. You do such a good job of capturing the scenes of the times. This week we saw the bright colors of summer in the stargazer lily and bouquet, with the changing leaves and autumnal colors of the fall — perfect for a shoulder season. The profile (selfie…ha) of Gabby gave me a big smile. And my favorite was the cobweb. This time of year we, too, see so many cobwebs and they can be so beautiful, but not always easy to photograph. This photo of the web is spectacular.

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    1. Thank you very much and I’m glad you enjoyed the wide variety this week!πŸ™‚ It was a beautiful week of color and it was fun trying to capture it a little differently. The lakes have been covered with mist this week and while I was trying to capture a photo of it, I noticed the web and they are definitely not easy to photograph, I almost fell off the dock trying to get the shot.πŸ™‚

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  2. A lovely collection of photos β€” I really like the colour contrast from intense to subtle between the bouquet and the autumn leaves. Took me a moment to sort out the moose (a diorama?) … and your white tail deer is reminiscent of the ones around here. Spider webs are hard to photograph (for me, at least). That was one busy spider. Most enjoyable views!

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    1. Thank you!πŸ™‚ As the seasons change, I’m hoping some of that change appears in my photographs with new techniques and stopping to appreciate the scenery with a new perspective. My little Yorkie refused to look at the animals on display at Cabela’s, whereas at home this week the deer have been visiting daily and I’m sure her barking could be heard a block away.πŸ™‚

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