Day 38: Lonely Leaves

I was so sleepy and sick feeling today that I haven’t done much at all.  I couldn’t muster the energy to get out of the house until nearly dark again, but I figured that was okay since my new favorite thing is shots in low light. I didn’t bring my tripod again, and my camera was running on a low battery. Today’s Daily Shoot Assignment was to photograph graffiti, so I was thinking I would take that challenge. I’d noticed some minimal graffiti in the alley by my apartment, but it just didn’t feel right.  While wandering around the block, today’s photo struck me. I think I could have done a better job, especially with a tripod and if I was feeling well, but this is what I got! I know it’s another lamppost shot, but the scene was unforgettable for me. There’s so few leaves left on the whole tree. I don’t know why the leaves by the light would be the ones to stay. Maybe it’s because of the warmth from the light… I just don’t know. I couldn’t stop taking photos of it. The way the light was catching on the leaves and the dark sky behind the empty tree. I couldn’t get enough. I feel like this photo actually has a meaning attached to it, but I don’t know what the meaning is… I wish I had someone I could talk to about photography and blogging! No one understands like my fellow #project365-ers.  So, check out their projects too! Some are listed on the blogroll on the right. Thanks so much for reading!

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About Whitney

Crochet. DIY. Gardens. Nonprofits. Crafts. Travel. Organic. Food. Photography. Digital Marketing. Social Media. PR.
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6 Responses to Day 38: Lonely Leaves

  1. I love the warm glow on the leaves. This is a great catch.

  2. Teah says:

    I love this! 🙂 go Whitney!

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  4. Terri says:

    Totally Inspiring…pictures, blogs, great work!

  5. Whitney says:

    Thanks everyone!! I’m glad you like them! I’m having a lot of fun and getting some pretty cool pictures. Love the feedback. Keep checking back! Thanks so much!

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