Picture of the Week! #1

Hello friends,

Today will be the first, of many, pictures of the week! It is a new idea I wanted to test out and see how it does. I will be posting a new picture every Friday in which I took the previous week. It will probably be my favourite picture from that week, or one that I think maybe tells a story or something!

I would like you all to comment on it what you think I was thinking about when I was in action capturing the picture! These thoughts can be serious or something comical – I love comical thoughts (most of mine are haha) Also, if you can share pictures in the comments feel free to do so of your picture of the week! Or even share a link to your personal blog where we can see your picture of the week!

So here it is, my first picture of the week – enjoy!

Location: Mer Bleue Bog Boardwalk Ottawa Taken: September 2018 Camera Body: Nikon D7000 Lens: Tamaron 18-400mm

P.S. It is way harder than you think picking just one!

Let me know if you like this idea πŸ™‚

Until next time,



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  1. I love this idea. You should definitely keep it up. And agreed – it’s always hard to pick just one.

    My guess is that you’re thinking of how fast the summer flew by and how the leaves are already changing colour. And it’s one of these things where the fall leaves seem to just change colour in the blink of an eye. …Or at least that’s what I’m thinking about when I saw this picture. Haha.

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  2. That is a super idea. Very challenging to force yourself to do this, and very admirable.

    As for what you were thinking, hell that’s tough. But I have two ideas. Perhaps the deep red leaf mat have put you in the mood for fall. The second idea will be in a second comment.

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  3. I think that fall was on your mind, but this goes deeper. Maybe you were intrigued by the contrasts and textures that are in your composition. And this is an extreme close-up. So maybe you were experimenting with your lens’ capabilities, or perhaps working with the depth of field and how the out of focus background pulls your eye to the red leaf. Am I close?

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