The Changing Seasons #10

These photos go for the Monthly Photo Challenge: The Changing Seasons, which runs from the 7th to the 15th day of the month throughout the year, hosted by Cardinal Guzman.

When you check the links below of previous posts for this challenge, you can clearly see the difference that Autumn weather makes… I am bringing three galleries: The first has diamond droplets I found in the gutter of my terrace. The second is my neighborhood without the usual sunrise and sunsets. The third is in in my roof terrace, featuring leaves, little creatures and more droplets. Enjoy it.

The gutter is beautiful

The neighborhood

Leaves, droplets, and my terrace’s inhabitants

If you want to compare, click below to see the previous photo galleries:

The Changing Seasons #9

The Changing Seasons #8

The Changing Seasons #7

The Changing Seasons #6

The Changing Seasons #5

The Changing Seasons #4

The Changing Seasons #3

The Changing Seasons #2

The Changing Seasons #1

Photos taken with Olympus E-M10 lens 45mm, 60mm, and 14-42mm and sometimes with Iphone5

Till next month!

I’m also submitting these photos to WP Weekly Photo Challenge: (Extra) ordinary just like my neighborhood.

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49 thoughts on “The Changing Seasons #10

  1. Wow these are fabulous shots. I couldn’t pick a favourite. Love the water droplets and the bee and the snail and “going home” and, well, everything. Masterful autumn captures. Xx


      1. No, you spoil us Lucille with these lovely photos that sing. I love the series of the raindroppy reddish leaves in your last couple of posts. Such clarity! The bee was just icing on the cake in this set 🙂


  2. I am particularly drawn to the first and third galleries. These could have also been a great fit for (Extra) ordinary because they most certainly are. The colors and the details are simply magnificent. Art I say. Breathtaking


  3. OMG…three galleries, and not one bridge!! There really IS a god!!
    These are all wonderful…I especially like the first set, the droplets. They make you stare at them, and wonder about the woman who sees this stuff as art.


      1. I like a woman who keeps her word…so hard to find these days. BUT…I’m just wondering if you’d have snapped that shot if there were no fog? Just sayin’


  4. Lucile, you continue to amaze me with your talent for capturing your subjects. The foggy photos are so mesmerizing and great backdrops for Halloween! I’m so inspired to get a good camera, or at least dig out my digital. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!


  5. Superb collection. I really like the snail. Looking at this I’m really struck by how different this season is in the tropics and higher latitudes. In the tropics this is the time when nature begins to come alive again.


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