Autumn #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – No words, just pictures. Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Photos of a close-up of an autumnal leave stuck on a metal fence
How many signs of Autumn do you see?

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Linking To The Sunday Stills Photography Challenge hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt. Theme: Micros And Close-Ups

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46 thoughts on “Autumn #WordlessWednesday #Photography

    1. Never apologise for being late to my blog, Esmé. If my posts are live and comments are open, everyone (except spammers and trolls) is welcome to engage with me.

      I hope the house move all went well.

      1. Thanks for your kind words Hugh. Yes, all went well, and as its a new week, things are looking way better than a week ago. We are 95% done so all good.

  1. A perfect Fall picture Hugh – a hint of color, some interesting shadows and a beautiful backdrop. My Wordless Wednesday post is a little late to your party as we had a series of storms yesterday and it put me behind in my day/evening. It is still a little bit of nature, a House Sparrow in a whimsical setting called “The Children’s Garden” at a venue where there is every type of flower imaginable. Here is my WW submission, unless it is too late to add it?
    https://lindaschaubblog.net/2022/09/21/cheep-and-kitschy-digs-wordless-wednesday-house-sparrow/

    1. Thank you, Linda.

      Nobody is ever late to the party here. Providing a post is up and open for comments, readers can join in whenever they like. Some readers post links to their Wordless Wednesday posts on posts I published six months ago, so we’re always open for folks to join in.

  2. That a lovely shot – love the iron against the leave. We don’t get a lot of color in the fall until the Japanese maples redden. I’ll post pics as soon as they do.

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