Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Point of View

Sensory Overload - that's autumn in Michigan. The colors are so vibrant, and the sound of leaves crunching underfoot is exhilarating. The scent of burning leaves fills the air.

Sharing an autumn walk is both soothing and rejuvenating. I love taking time to be outdoors and reveling in this magnificent beauty. Of course, being photographers during this season is also exciting. Daryl and I love looking for autumn shots to fill our albums and decorate our walls. They also take up a lot of room on our hard drive!

What's also fun is the fact that we see the world around us quite differently. Daryl's a "big picture" type of guy. I love the details, the pictures within a picture. So when we were away last weekend for Crane Fest, we couldn't help but bring our unique styles to the 300+ images we brought home.

We hope you're enjoying the many facets of this beautiful season. Take the time to stop, look, listen, smell the air, and spend time with loved ones.
What do you like to photograph?
Are you a detail person, or a lover of the big picture?
Post an example and I'll like them together.
Let me know:)


S. Etole said...

I'm usually more of a detail person ... doesn't October have the bluest skies you've ever seen ... amazing

the Chihuly piece you inquired about is in greens and blues and has little arms that extend from it ... reminds me of a small octopus ...

Barefoot from Heaven said...

Hi There Sandy, great to hear you enjoy the fall. Just as I do. The color festival didn't quite open up here totaly maybe in one or two weeks we're at the top.
Although I was in Belgium last weekend and it did start there so it must be creeping up to Holland soon.

Great shots here.
Hugs Dagmar

Relyn said...

Both. I love the big picture and the details. Both.