10.01.2018 Farewell, September.

As I mentioned yesterday, September flew by.  Pretty sure I’m not the only one who felt that way.  Lots of rain and unseasonable warmth that, I hope, will produce some nice color for the October foliage show. Another thing that comes with October is fog.

To October…and Beyond.  🙂

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About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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19 Responses to 10.01.2018 Farewell, September.

  1. Beautiful days you are having. We are having grey, grey, grey. Even with all the lights blazing I don’t have enough light in the studio.

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    • Grey, grey, grey today. 🙂 It appears that what we are about to receive came from your neighborhood. No complaints. After lack of water for several years in a row, I am always happy to see some more. If it never ends, well that’s another story. But we’ve had our share of nice days lately.

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      • We had a nice thunderstorm last night. My daughter and I went to the bog yesterday and the grey skies were wonderful. I quite like a grey drippy day, only not when I’m in the studio. I know what you mean about the moisture. Illinois was droughty off and on for years, and the water level in our lakes and the bog had really declined. I even wonder if that contributed to the lack of oak regeneration we’ve been seeing over the past few decades.

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      • I would guess that lack of water contributes to a lot of ecological distress.

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      • Yes. We’ll get one impressive thunderstorm and people think, “no drought”, but they are missing the signs.

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  2. Yes, that’s welcome fog, all right. Not something we see much of over here in Austin.

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  3. Todd Henson says:

    Fog can add such a great element to photographs, as you’ve shown here. Really nice views. I always like the feel of mystery I feel with fog. And also a sense of calm. Very curious to see what this fall/winter brings.

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  4. Lovely images Steve I am ready for some cooler dry weather as well hoping for a colorful fall !!

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    • Thanks, Bernie. We went from sweltering to cool almost overnight. Now we are still cool but a bit of a warm up on the way for the end of the week. It’s too early to fire up the wood stove.

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  5. Splendid scenery, Many layers of color with fog in the valleys. A very interesting and lovely photo.

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  6. Gallivanta says:

    You would have felt at home in our city this morning. I think you would have taken better photos than the ones in this article. https://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/107526074/heavy-morning-fog-causes-widespread-delays-at-christchurch-airport

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  7. shoreacres says:

    Your hills and valleys really do allow for some wonderful photographs. When the fog rolls in here, there’s no way to get above it — at least, practically. People on the 45th floor of downtown office buildings sometimes get wonderful photos, but we flatlanders are denied such pleasures.

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    • It’s too bad there are no mountains close at hand for you to get away to. On the other hand, I wouldn’t mind some prairie to enjoy around here. There are some wide open locations in New England but they are hours away from here. We’ve got meadows which are great, but a horizon that goes on forever would be nice too.

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