My Garden

The Season of Change

The leaves start to fall rapidly and they call for our first frost this weekend.

Aperture Priority, EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens, f/11, 1/4sec, ISO 200, exposure bias -1step, focal length 24mm, pattern metering, tripod mounted

It looks like I’ll have a busy evening tomorrow.

Aperture Priority, EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens, f/8, 1/2sec, ISO 200, exposure bias -0.3step, focal length 50mm, pattern metering, tripod mounted

6 thoughts on “The Season of Change”

    1. Hi Boonie, thanks. I have a better understanding of photography now. If the music as a real string in the tail, it’s probably dragging also. 🙂

  1. All those red peppers.. Nice colors on both pictures.

    Oh this song reminds me of my earlier part of life in U.S. I had a long hair.. ripped jean, and heavy metal band t-shirt. hahahahha

    1. seeharhed, it’s time to harvest them. This song also reminds me of my earlier part of life in the US also, I had long hair minus the ripped jeans. 🙂

  2. I do remember the 80s… especially the great cartoons! Smurfs, Thundercats, and She-Ra Princess of Power.

    It’s the chill in the autumn air that makes us nostalgic for simpler times.

    And also your garden is still very beautiful this time of year. The red chili peppers not only look good but are good to eat too!

    1. Hi Cambree, I’m glad that I captured it before the frost on Saturday night and harvested most of the chili peppers the day before. My chili pepper crops are doing very well this year, I have plenty to share with my sisters in NYC. 🙂

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