For those of us who like to fill our sd cards with shots from far away places, it’s been a trying year due to the pandemic. For the Lens-Artists Challenge this week, Ann-Christine suggests it’s time to scout around the neighborhood and get familiar with the familiar.
I took a stroll over to a local college campus where I’ve gone many times with my camera. I didn’t think there would be anything new to shoot but if you look hard enough, you can always find a few decent shots among the familiar…
Not sure what to say about this one other than I just like it 🙂
Another one that caught my eye…
Thanks to Ann-Christine for the Lens-Artists Challenge idea this week.
Such interesting and lovely landscape images. Hard to pick a favorite, but if I had to it would be the tree branched against the sky!
Thanks Sylvia…I really like that one as well. 🙂
Beautiful series, beautiful neighborhood. Well done.
Thank you for the enjoyable tour around your neighborhood, Andy. All are beautifully capture, the first image is my favorite.
Thanks Amy 🙂
Beautiful neighborhood shots, Andy. I love that leaf puddle and the winding road.
Two of my favorites as well…thanks Patti 🙂
You found the beauty of fall, which is appreciated. 🙂
Thanks Janet…glad you liked them 🙂
Andy, thank you for the tour! And I guess I reached my goal of having you find something new amongst all the familiar! Loved your #I just like it” find and the leaf puddle especially. And why must we always explain why? We don’t.
You’re right Ann-Christine…’eye of the beholder’ as they say. Thanks for the comment and this week’s theme 🙂
Thank You for joining in!
You know Andy, it’s funny what appeals to each individual viewer. I loved wandering around your neighborhood with you but my favorite of your images is your “not sure what to say” capture. The lighting on it is really special. Nicely done.
Thanks Tina, knew there was something there 🙂