Several of you commented last week that in addition to the black and white photographs I curated for a photo competition, that it would be interesting to see what I did with color. Since these images will be for a calendar competition, I thought it would be good to organize them here by month.
January and February
adobe wall with snow, Taos County winter coyote
March and April
El Malpais National Monument near Grants, New Mexico claret cup cactus near Arroyo Hondoclaret cup cactus near Arroyo Hondo
May and June
high country pond wild iris
July and August
near-double rainbow in Taos County Williams Lake on the way to Wheeler Peak
September and October
purple asters on adobe round hay bales after high country harvest
November and December
aspen trees in late autumn sun paintbrush in snow
As must be the case when publishers choose and assemble images for calendars, some photographs may be "representational" of a season, rather than the reality.
The autumnal equinox is this Wednesday, 22 September, in the northern hemisphere. I hope you relish the changing seasons wherever you are in the world. Thanks to Christina, TTT, Barbara, Char, Wayne, Steve, and Jean and Sam for your thoughts this week.
until next Monday,
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