The Last of Autumn

Hey there friends! Today’s blogmas post is coming to you a little bit late (12:04 a.m. at the time of typing,) due to some technical difficulties e.g. I need to transfer a bunch of files to my external hard-drive because they are massively slowing down my laptop.

Anyway, happy Thursday! Today was a super busy day for me going from 8:00 a.m. lab all the way through a 6:30 dress rehearsal this evening, but in spite of the busy, it was a good day. I’m starting to check things off of my do-to-before-finals list, and that’s a good feeling. I’m majorly looking forward to the weekend to have some time to rest.

There is a row of trees behind campus that was absolutely stunning last week, though now the leaves are pretty much 100% gone. I was able to play around with photographing them before they lost their pretty colors, and I thought I’d share them with you today! Autumn has been so wonderful, and I love that I will have these pictures to remember it by. The day I took these on was incredibly beautiful and full of sunshine, and I love the warm glow that added to the photos. autumn photography 1

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Has Autumn started to disappear where you live? How was your Thursday?

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  1. Autumn has to be one of my favourite times of the year. Although most trees here stay green all year round you do get some non indigenous trees that drop their leaves, its just so beautiful. Spring is ending here, but this means the streets are a sea of purple because of all the jacaranda trees. I feel like it makes up for having a southern hemisphere autumn (which I am always so envious of) :p

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