Fifty-two on Friday-Week Forty-four!

A blog circle of photographers from all over the world, both amateur and professional alike, sharing their interpretations of a common theme.  At the bottom of each post, click the link for the next photographer until you come full circle, back here to my blog.


This time of year, one of my favorite pastimes is driving around looking at the fall foliage.  I had a chance to do this one afternoon earlier this week after Hurricane Sandy passed through.  I had expected most of the leaves to be off the trees, and while there were many on the ground, there were still enough on the trees to make it colorful.  I love driving through narrow sections of roadway where the trees are like canopies overhead.  The only thing that would have made this drive better was some sunshine.  I'm not going to complain though because we were extremely fortunate compared to our neighbors to the north, the ones to the south, and especially compared to the ones to our east. Hurricane Sandy left unprecedented destruction in her wake.  

There are two other photographers sharing in the circle this week.  To see what pastimes amuse them start with Emily Remmick, ND Photography