Ahhh, another month, another photo challenge.
I hope we have a lot of people this month and I’ll be excited to see how people interpreted the theme this month as there are so many ways to do it!
Anyway, the theme for the month was “fall,” and I tend to take a more traditional approach, rather than a literal one. Therefore, you’ll be seeing a lot of color in mine and some fall shots.
Still, I needed to put something else in there, eh?
You could have gotten literal, like somebody taking a fall or something like that. And maybe, just maybe, I did something like that? Who knows until you scroll on.
At the end of my post is the linkup. If you participated, share your link and visit the others to see what they had to offer this month!
And now, without further ado, here’s my five photos for the month.
1. Fall color
I took this during the Worldwide Photo Walk. I love this part of fall. Leaves on the ground, or off the trees, and in full color. Loved the water here, too.
2. Falling over
During a trip to South New Jersey, I visited a wetlands institute. This was there and looked like it was going to be falling at some point.
3. Pretty colors
Though the weather in the Northeast, at times, can be really tough, the fall can be so wonderful with the different colors. Even better is when the colors are different on the same tree!
4. Changing seasons
The leaves change colors before falling to the ground, signifying winter will soon be with us. These are things that make bearable, though.
5. Fall coming!
In professional wrestling, a match ending can be referred to as a fall. Also, wrestlers take falls (bumps). So there’s a lot of falling in the sport. So, it would be hard to do this post without showing somebody falling!
And that’s my five for the month of October.
If you took part this month, make sure you link up below. And for those who participated, make sure you try and get to other people’s blogs and comment and visit so we can continue to grow this challenge.
Don’t forget, too, to come back Friday (Nov. 1) and see the theme for November!
NOTE: I also set up a Facebook group for those who participate in the challenge and are interested. I’ll post any announcements there and hopefully it can be a place where things are discussed and some interaction etc. You can access it here.
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