November Sky


Novembers sky is unique yet similar year to year and this year is no exception. Not quite winter not quite fall. Some trees still hanging onto their leaves while others have dropped them all. Yes, today feels like November. Crown Hill Park in Wheat Ridge, CO. Photographed using a Yashica- A TLR and Kodak Tmax 100 ISO film

20 thoughts on “November Sky

    1. We have had a very long Indian Summer here this year and it is amazing how many trees still have most of their leaves and some are just starting to turn. I certainly remember many years were by Halloween all trees had lost all of their leaves.

    1. HI Dave, yes fall is an unusually soft time of year and also very vibrant on the clear days. Full of contrasts. Well, I have yet to make a full size print but started small and when I get a chance will go big.

    1. Thank you very much for the thoughtful comment. There are just some days where the sky is full of emotion in the fall and I feel lucky to have been out for a walk that afternoon with the camera. Hope yo have a fun filled weekend.

    1. Thanks for stoping by here as well and taking time to give a bit of feedback as we do appreciate it. Denver has changed so much since the 70-80’s but still not a bad place to hang your hat. Hope your Monday is going well.

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