iPhoneography Monday: 11-3-14

iPhone Monday 11-3-14

Usually fall in the Pacific Northwest means cool nights, warm afternoons and plenty of fall color flashing against bright blue skies.   I hoped our beautiful summer would lead to another perfect season but this year has been anything but typical and now one of the wettest October’s on record has washed away the colors before I could get out and appreciate my favorite trees.  Last week this tree’s green canopy covered the corner of the Trader Joe’s parking lot but here we are, just a few days later and it’s almost bare.

Posted as part of Lens and Pen by Sally’s Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge:  Nature.

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43 thoughts on “iPhoneography Monday: 11-3-14

  1. Lisa, you point out a good reason to take a photo when you have the chance, as it may never look like that again (at least for another year.) I like the angle of your shot.

    janet

    1. Thanks, Janet. I really wish I’d taken a few more shots this fall before everything blew away but I’ll know better next year. I’m glad you like the angle, it was my view through the windshield right after I parked the car. 🙂

      1. I try my best to get to you as often as I can, Lisa. I know it is not a lot, but the visits that I do get in, I really do enjoy what you have created. Thank you so much for your Gift of what you bring to my Life. (((HUGS))) Amy

  2. What a gorgeous tree. I love the photos. Sometimes the seasons just seem to change overnight, don’t they! Your favorite tree will get a nice rest and be full and lush again next spring. 🙂

  3. Sounds like we were able to appreciate the beauty of autumn a littLe longer in central Ontario. However, rainfall was quite heavy for us too. Love the angle of your photo, beautiful shot.

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