Autumnal Still Life

I decided to do a nice autumnal still life photoshoot this year (last time seen on Some Photoblog in 2018).

I thought the cover of Taylor Swift’s newly released album Red (Taylor’s Version) had the perfect autumnal colours, and the artwork for Evermore is also very autumnal.

Here’s some more pictures:

The page is from my copy of Anne of Green Gables, the one I found in a charity shop and that’s falling apart (the book, not the charity shop), which at least means I could use it for my photography. It’s the chapter with the famous October quote, and yes, it’s November but her conversation with Marilla is about autumn leaves, so it’s still relevant.

This year I’ve also discovered the joy of ambience videos on YouTube, like for example this one which I link here. Enjoy!

White Flowers in September

I don’t know what they’re called.

They have featured on Some Photoblog before. And it was the best photograph I’ve taken, ever. Still has not been topped. Anyway, here they are in the daylight.

Same as last time, I took this picture while walking down the street, waiting for my take-out order. At the same take-out place, and I think it was even the same take-out order (peri peri burger meal). Pleased to say, though, that I’ve reduced my junk food consumption!

Pink Rose

It’s actually two different pink roses. I think they look rather nice.

Taken with my smartphone on a walk (me being the one on a walk, not the smartphone, unless you count the smartphone being on a walk too, since I had it with me), while passing by someone’s garden. Which is the standard for Some Photoblog in 2021, it seems.

There might soon be some different content.

Or then again, there might not.

Who is to know. But I am really happy that there are some nice gardens in my neighbourhood.

My last post was a white rose, and I mentioned that white rose is the symbol of Yorkshire and red rose of Lancashire. Well, pink is a mixture of red and white, so here you have it.

And More Daisies

It’s still flowers at Some Photoblog!

I saw these pink daisies (I don’t actually know if that’s what they’re called) in one particular place in Castlefield, a little lane by the canal. This is the first time I’ve gone through there so the first time I’ve seen them.

I’m adding these big ones too, they also grow in Castlefield.

I cannot stop photographing flowers.