Seasonal Sensations #photography

Seasonal Sensations is a brand new photography link up party created by Terri Webster Schrandt. Click here for all the details.

Terri says –

For November and part of December, we will share our favorite posts featuring photos of  leaves and landscapes depicting Fall and Autumn. In mid- December through New Year’s, we will share photos of winter seasonal themes, snow, Christmas trees, lights, ornaments, etc.

For my friends in the Southern Hemisphere, feel free to share your spring seasonal photos.

As Autumn is my favourite season, I couldn’t resist in joining in. Here’s my contribution for the party. All photos were taken by me.

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I hope you enjoyed the autumnal display.

Why not come and join the party and show off your seasonal sensations photos. Click the link below for full details.

Written for Seasonal Sensations – A new link-up party created by Terri Webster Schrandt.

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102 comments

    1. I’d heard that there’s been a bit of heatwave in your part of the world, Deborah. We packed away our summer clothes a few weeks ago, and no signs of an Indian summer for us. Enjoy the sunshine while it lasts 🌞 and thanks for the song.

  1. These photos are beautiful and I love the way you have captured the crunch, colour and texture of autumn in them. I have just started a poetry blog on WordPress in case you have time to look? Have a nice day, Sam 🙂

    1. Oh, I don’t know, Janice, as Terri’s link up party seems to be more about photography. However, I had a thought – what if you can wrote a post about how photography works in getting more readers to your blog? I know Terri’s written a book about it, but some cool autumnal photos in the post may just work. 😀

  2. Hey, Hugh. Someone has to stand up for those of us with majestic ever-green gum trees, with and without koalas. We get no colour in our garden. Added to that, we Australians are as usual upside down and topsy turvey and it’s Spring here. I have to links to share here. Where I live, is currently well populated with stunning mauve Jacaranda trees and I’m still driving around trying to find the ultimate shot of a complete Jacaranda tree with that full purple crown. So, if you hear of someone having a nasty car crash while staring at Jacaranda trees, that’ll be me. https://beyondtheflow.wordpress.com/2016/11/07/jacaranda-dreaming/?wref=tp
    A few months back, I also posted a photo of a rainbow lorrikeet perched in a red bottlebrush tree in my backyard.https://beyondtheflow.wordpress.com/2016/08/21/bird-in-our-backyard-bottlebrush-tree/
    BTW I do love your photos of Autumn leaves even if I have Autumn envy. They’re stun ning and I could hear them crunching under foot.
    xx Rowena

  3. Hello Hugh this is the first time I have wrote to you . The photos are a delight . You have captured Autumn at its best . The light captivates me . I belive you live in South Wales …I live a little further up in Mid Wales we are blessed .
    Cherryx

    1. Hello again, Cherry. Didn’t you leave a comment on another of my posts? Or maybe that was another Cherry?

      Thank you so much for your kind words. Yes, I live in Swansea and we also have a home in Abergavenny. I was born in Wales and we came back to live here last year. In the words of Dorothy, ‘There’s no place like home’.

      Thank you so much for visiting my blog.

      Best wishes,
      Hugh

  4. Wonderful images of autumn, Hugh. The first one with the look-out beyond the striking, red leaf is a photographic gem. The leaf-strewn steps are also so visually unique. Loved your post. ❤

      1. Oh groan. The presidential election aside, we have over 30 California State propositions to consider. The best thing is when I walk my mail-in ballot to the polling place, I will get to see a few Fall leaves on the way. 🙂

        1. Doesn’t it so? I’ve learned so much since coming here on 12th Feb 2014. Yes, I still remember the date.
          Keep on with the photography. Like everything, there’s a learning curve. I’m still learning, but the more photos I take, the more I seem to get great captures.

        1. I imagined that you lived further west Hugh. We had just visited the Aneurin Bevan stones near Tredegar. Very impressive monument but sadly vandalised by graffiti and a lot of litter.

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