I thought of this photo as soon as I read the prompt for One Word Sunday: Change.
Taken in early November almost two weeks before the winter solstice we had already had snow for over a week. I thought the photo was an example of the change of season with autumn leaves and winter snow.
Then I realised that there was a second change involved. It’s the tenth photo taken with my Sony a6000, the first Sony I have used. The lens used was my Olympus 35mm from the 1980s.
My first sunrise of 2020 for the One Word Sunday prompt Sunrise.
Colpoy’s Bay and the Niagara Escarpment at sunrise on the 2nd January.
A sideways look at the One Word Sunday challenge Feet.
Well, technically front paws but being used the same way as hands.
An American Red Squirrel feeding on seed under the bird feeders for the One Word Sunday challenge Hands.
A wave rushes over stones on the Georgian Bay shoreline at sunrise.
My contribution to One Word Sunday: Rush.
Snow overlaps a field stone retaining wall. A follow-up of sorts to last week’s One Word Sunday challenge Layered.
This is the same field stone retaining wall a week later and my contribution to the One Word Sunday challenge Overlap.
This is my contribution to the One Word Sunday challenge Layered.
Layered field stone used to make a retaining wall on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada.