Here are Graeme’s pics from our recent fall bike ride. If you haven’t gotten out for some fall activities yet, now’s the time. It’s relaxing, refreshing, forget-everything-and-loose-yourself-in-nature fun.
Gorgeous clear water!
I think I’m going to move into a full-frame camera soon, but Canon will always get to go on fun, rough-and-ready outings like this! And the new camera, which will certainly be a Canon, needs another name. Because Canon’s taken.
Graeme tends to see more things in geometric, architectural terms than I do. I didn’t even see this shot when we were out there but I love it.
I love the meditative tranciness of taking pics alone, but taking pics with other people is so awesome too. You get to see so much more than you’d see on your own, and it can even help you understand how others think.
I like this pic of me. :D
Under the canopy of leaves. —sigh—
Architectural oddities on the bridge. We really worked that bridge hard! No wonder, every inch of it is a photographers’ paradise.
Graeme is always fascinated by rock formations like this one, which happens to be supporting a massive tree. We see a lot of these on our Rails to Trails.
The bridge again, in beautiful states of disrepair.
A bike! I like the composition.
Ahh! I wish we were in a canoe, paddling down that stream right now.
If you want to take a look at my pics from this outing, check out Fall Bike Ride, Part 1.
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