Early Fall Photography

Early Fall Photography

Hello! I hope you’re doing well. πŸ˜ŠπŸ’›πŸ‚ While I was hanging out outside on our back porch with Izzy yesterday, a beautiful yellow leaf suddenly floated in on the breeze and landed near where I was sitting. As soon as I saw it, I thought, You know what? This calls for a photoshoot.Β haha

I hope you like the pictures I got! πŸ™‚ I used the ‘PNW’ filter on the app PicLab, and I highly recommend their filters if you like doing phone photography like me.

I loooove how the sunlight looks in this one!

Cool angle, huh? I thought it was cool at least, haha

I rightfully named this photoshoot ‘Early Fall Photography‘ because Georgia (at least where I live) missed the notice that September = beautiful fall vibes, changing of scenery, cooler weather, etc. A few leaves have gone golden, but the rest of the trees are just wilting a little bit. Not that pretty.

Ah, well. At least the sky always looks fantastic!

This is my mom’s new wind chime … thing … it spins in the wind, but doesn’t make any noise. I guess that makes it a wind spin!

More beautiful clouds. They really didn’t need a filter, but I was just sticking to theme.

Look at this beauty! Maybe he can convince the rest of our leaves to go for warmer colors.

Last one. I don’t love the composition of this shot, but it was a good challenge to try to get all the lines in the photo even. (Not sure if I succeeded or not.)


Thank you so much for reading! Hope you have a beautiful day. ❀

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