You Capture – Orange

by Sarah October 21, 2010

While surfing my daily blog reads today, my friend Angie at Jumping Jack Designs got me interested in a photography challenge set by the blog called I should be folding laundry.

I had to join in today as I have been wanting to stop for about a week to take a photo of some incredibly orange leaves that are on my path to and from my kids swim practice. So tonight on my way to pick up my son, I turned the corner and pulled off the road. Some not so nice looks occurred but I did it anyway and I am so glad I did. So to end Thursday, I share my version of orange. “leaves blowing in the wind”

Thanks for putting me on to it, Angie and if you are so inclined to check out You Capture, please do so. I think I may become a frequent visitor……

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