The walkways were partially decorated with flowers adding color to what was an otherwise dull, earthly place. These orange & red ones were my favorite. Advertisements
The days are getting shorter, cooler. Trees are becoming dormant. The prairies grasses turning brown. Leaves have fallen exposing the sharp teeth thorns lining the stem of the plant. Yet, there is beauty in the death.
It was late in my riding season, an unusually warm October day. A few flowers were still in bloom. I was shooting from below, shooting blind, camera set on rapid fire as I moved it slightly hoping for one shot I liked. This is it.
There were many yellow flowers adorning the landscape during our trip. We saw them lining the highway. We saw them growing wild near the bridges. There were at least 5 different types of flowers. This was the only one I found providing a good opportunity to shoot from below with sky and cloud in the…
Not all bridges receive equal love from visitors. This venerable sage seemed to be lonely, forgotten. I liked it for that very reason. And for the yellow flowers in the foreground.
Chicago does a very nice job of decorating the lake front with art and flowers. These were along the lake front path near a memorial to fallen firemen. It feels like have the sun near my feet.
My second attempt to capture the beauty of the Tiger Lily.