Who really carries their camera all the time?
I left the house to walk the dogs tonight and immediately faced the two large trees in the neighbors' yard across from the end of the driveway, their leaves turning orange, fully lit by the setting sun—and it actually made me go back into the house to get the camera. By the time I got back outside the light had already faded and the trees were partly in shade. That's what you see here. Still pretty nice but not as spectacular as a few minutes earlier.
Do I have to carry the camera all the time again? I've seen half a dozen things just wandering the neighborhood that I would like to have photographed, including a dramatic, vivid and highly improbable zigzag cloud formation that I'd for sure never see again if I lived three lifetimes.
We've had a beautiful Fall here—to continue what has been visually the prettiest year I've ever experienced in Wisconsin. A fair number of people haven't liked the weather this year, because it never got hot. But to me it was ideal. I've always liked weather that looks good over weather that feels good.
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