Last year on this day, it snowed in Houston. The next day, I went out and took engagement photos in temps in the upper 30’s/low 40’s.
One year later, it was nearly eighty degrees. A perfect day for a photowalk.
I went out with my camera and my new compact macro lens. At first, I started gathering fall leaves, which, in Houston, peak the first week of December. I had many to choose from, but they were all one shape.
Then, I started walking around the complex, looking for more leaves. I found a few.
I had fun getting shots of leaves in the water. This required me to be thankful I do occasional yoga and that I was wearing yoga pants at the time.
Then I gathered more leaves, and then took them back to my apartment for more fun.
All in all, it was a good day of photography for me. The new lens was interesting and I do like it, it will just take some getting used to as I continue to study the best way to get the best shots.
Tomorrow, by the way, it might get to a high of 57 degrees.