Thank goodness for Autumn Colour Week, because the only crafty thing I've been doing lately is knitting, and while I think Hitchhiker is a terribly clever pattern, it's not very exciting to photograph in progress. So I'll share my favorite of my yellow (Tuesday) and orange (Wednesday) photos instead, with the caveat that I really think it's time for a digital SLR. I'm getting frustrated that I can't control the exposure, focus, and especially depth of field the way I want to. I learned on an SLR way back when in the Dark(room) Ages, and I'm sure I'll have to re-learn so, so much, because it's been so, so long. If anyone has suggestions on a good digital SLR, I'm all ears. I know I need to do some research. For instance, will my old lenses work with a digital? It would be so great if they did.
At any rate, photos! Yellow, in my backyard:
Part of what I enjoy so much about these color weeks is that I end up paying attention more, because I want the photos to be current. I think, once I get that digital SLR (Santa?), I'll be setting myself photo challenges. I've been better about not leaving my camera at home, too, which is why I'm sharing one last photo, not of a color, but of hands. (And again, I wish I'd had more control over lighting and focus here. Ah, well.)
I hope you all are having a beautiful week! The next two colors are grey and brown, and oh, I've been finding some lovely browns. Can't wait to share them!