Autumn Passage


 

In seed time learn, in harvest teach, in winter enjoy.

~William Blake

 

 

 

 

Landscape, Golden Gate, San Francisco, Photography

Sunset Sail, San Francisco

 

 

 

 

Organic, Produce, Farming, Close-Up, Photography, Nikon

Heirloom Tomatoes

 

 

 

California, Nikon, Landscape, Vineyard, Photography

Autumn, Napa Valley

 

 

 

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” 
~Albert Camus

 

 

 

Autumn, Nature, Close-up, Nikon, Backlit

Autumn on Larkin Street

 

 

 

Reflection, City, Abstract, Nikon, Close-up

Autumn Reflection, Bay Bridge

 

 

 

California, Landscape, Autumn, Nature, Nikon, Photography,

Fence and Grasses, Sea Ranch

 

 

 

California, Landscape, Autumn, Nature, Nikon, Photography,

Thistles

 

 

“Spring passes and one remembers one’s innocence. 

Summer passes and one remembers one’s exuberance. 

Autumn passes and one remembers one’s reverence. 

Winter passes and one remembers one’s perseverance.” 

~Yoko Ono

 

 

 

Close-Up, Nature, Flowers, Photography

Autumn Flowers, Kiawah

 

 

 

 

 

Transition

Categories: City Scenes, Landscapes, Macro, Nature, Photography, Sunrise, Sunset, Travel, Weekly Photo ChallengeTags: , , , , , , , , ,

77 comments

  1. Absolutely beautiful colours and framing!

  2. Aw, love that ‘brick effect’ on Napa 🙂

  3. Magnificent shots Jane and such thoughtful quotes.

  4. The colours, the compositions — just perfect 🙂

  5. So tempted by your sail boat, but the reflection has that touch of magic. 🙂

  6. this is another gorgeous set 🙂

  7. urk – that was not supposed to be Timmy commenting. 🙂

  8. beautiful images – and that quote from Albert Camus is one of my favourites. there just is no season like autumn, but then i have been known to say that about winter, spring and summer in their turn 🙂
     
    thanks for sharing.

  9. Excellent collection of photos.

  10. Great shots Jane. I love the bridge reflection image.

  11. Hi Jane , superb collection . I like mcho the reflection of the bridge on the floor.
    Regards

  12. Lovely photos. They are so full of vibrant colours and life.

  13. The heirloom tomatoes are fabulous. I always always appreciate how you theme your shots. Always an element of ah-ha! for me.

  14. Loving the freedom of the sunset sail….wishing that ZEN for everyone!!! great shots….great eye!!!!

  15. This is great ~ I have this feeling of autumn slowly falling into the grips of winter, everything just kind of dying and accepting this fate…and then you end it with the hope of spring 🙂

  16. A wonderful gallery Jane. Thanks for sharing these beautiful images. Have a great week 🙂

  17. Gorgeous shots, as always, Jane!

  18. Love, love, love the first sunset photo. It’s one of those “I want to be there” images.
    Ω

  19. I love that line from Camus. Your images work so well with it.

  20. All lovely Jane – the bridge in the puddle is striking but I’m especially a sucker for the colorful tomatoes!

  21. Love the reflection of the bridge in the pool.

  22. Another lovely series Jane. It feels mellow and soothing.

  23. Ah…fall!

  24. I love the shot of the sail boat, it’s magical.

  25. Romantic stuff..very well shot. xx

  26. Love these vivid colors.. Your bridge always offers something interesting!!

  27. Great set of photos and quotes!

  28. Beautiful photos! You have an eye for beauty.

  29. Love all of them ….,. But Jane , I think you are messing with me with Autumn Reflection, Bay Bridge……. !!!! 😳 I’ve seen way too many of your right side up photos!!!!

  30. Hi, Jane, the 5th is an interesting and fantastic photo.

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