Monday, September 28, 2009

Some Hints Of Color

These are a few photos I took today of the beginnings of foliage change around here. I went up to the St. Anselm College campus to get these, mainly because it’s the only place I’m aware of around here where I can walk and not get struck by a car. At least during the day; sometimes at night I’m not so sure.

These were taken with my Blackberry. At some point I’ll invest in a digital camera with higher resolution, but 2 mega-pixels is pretty good, as far as I’m concerned.

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5 comments:

Ellie said...

Love the pics, can't beat New England in the fall. I'll let you know if Old England can compete. Hope all's going well with you in Manchvegas and Boston!

Susie Hemingway said...

Stunning Photos Walt, we dont get such lovely colours up here in the East Midlands - we still have some beautiful colour changes but they are on fewer trees - still we have the wonderful golden fields which with their rolls of hay all havested,looking so good, but mostly the deep reds are on the virginia creeper on folks houses. I am impressed at the clarity of the pics taken with your Blackberry, appears very good indeed. The area of St Anselm College campus looks very nice, very impressive. Glad to read you are feeling better now.

Elizabeth @ The Garden Window said...

truly stunning !
Keep on taking the photos, Walt !

Karen Brook Westhaver said...

Can't get over that you got such great photos with 2 megapixels! VERY cool and the pictures themselves are just lovely. Thanks for sharing them...helps us ease into the fall. Glad you were feeling well enough to take in the gorgeous day to get out and walk to take the pics :-)

~MyGalSal~ said...

I live in Derry but spend a lot of time in Manchester. I am hoping to go to an island on Sunday in Maine to collect sea glass and take some photos up there. Sally