My apologies for not being consistent but as you can see below we had a little excitement
new day.. new season.. & a new baby…
Last week, the first winter snow fell and hasn’t stopped since. I remembered it vividly because I had plans to go to the mountains that weekend.
It was during the winter of last year that I discovered my love for photography. As part of my videography course, I had to take a few classes with photography students. I fell in love with the subject immediately.
I also learn that autumn comes and goes so fast. You won’t realize if you’re not paying attention. It definitely felt that way. The moment I thought the leaves were getting perfect, snow arrived.
Well, here are some pictures. The first 3 has some of the first snows of winter and the last is from mid-autumn.
For those interested in what type of camera I’m using, the first 3 pictures are from my Galaxy s6 and the last one from my Sony a6000. I have one camera, my Sony a6000. That is why I use my galaxy s6 whenever I can.
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