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Outside in September

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September has flown by around here.  The beginning was definitely still summer, but now the cooler weather is coming in.  I don’t know if I’m ready or not, but I bought some fleece, I’m ready for pumpkin spice everything now that the autumnal equinox has passed and starting tomorrow, I’m all about the candy corn.  😉  Here are some things I saw outside this month.  It’s been beautiful.

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

Outside in September

 

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Outside in January (Before All the Snow Came)

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I think it’s time for a photography post, don’t you?  I have plenty of sewing to share, but we went for a walk in the woods recently, and I took lots of fun pictures that I want to show you.  Of course if you were to look out my living room window now, it would look nothing like when I took these pictures.  Now our area is covered in snow, but we made it through a month of official winter before it turned really cold and snowy.

Outside in January (Before All the Snow Came)I’ve been experimenting with sun shining into my camera.  I don’t quite have it figured out yet, but it’s fun to try.

Outside in January (Before All the Snow Came)Look at that green!  Living in the north has taught me that after a winter of grey and white and black, you can crave the color green.

Outside in January (Before All the Snow Came)

Outside in January (Before All the Snow Came)

Outside in January (Before All the Snow Came)

Outside in January (Before All the Snow Came)

Outside in January (Before All the Snow Came)

Of course we need some interesting fungi, too.  You can’t have a walk in the woods without that, right?  😉