LAPC # 167- colours of autumn

“Everyone must take time to sit and watch the leaves turn” Elizabeth Lawrence

“No spring nor summer beauty hath such grace as I have seen in one autumnal face” John Donne

Autumn is typically seen in Northern India especially north of Delhi.

I can say the rest of the country mostly misses this beautiful transformation of Mother Nature.

Indian Meteorological department describes just 4 seasons for India (Spring, summer, rainy & winter).

So we don’t see Autumn in real.

To be frank, the photographs I provided, no way comes near to the photos of the other participants

In Autumn, we are aware that leaves fall from the trees and trees start bursting into a riot of colours.

In my part of the country not much happens. I am sad.

But I do come across very few trees that follow the typical autumn but not necessarily full-blown colours.

“The trees are about to show us how lovely it is to let the dead things go” Unknown

“How beautifully leaves grow old! How full of light and colour are their last days!” John Burroughs

Four wonderful bloggers are running the challenge- Lens- Artists Photo challenge (LAPC).

Please do check their blog.

 Week 1- Patti

                    Week 2 – Ann-Christine

  Week 3 – Amy

   Week 4 – Tina

It’s very interesting to read Marsha’s (Always Write) interview with these great bloggers,

‘How Four Strangers from Around the World Coordinate a Popular Weekly Photo Challenge’

Check the link. You love it. Inspirational for the aspiring bloggers ( Photography )

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  4 comments for “LAPC # 167- colours of autumn

  1. September 28, 2021 at 8:13 pm

    I love that you hunted for the subtle changes of the season, Philo. Your images are lovely.

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  2. September 28, 2021 at 8:48 pm

    I love it when the leaves turn however there isn’t much of that happening in central Arizona. We have to drive north to see it.

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