Monday, November 14, 2011

Ellipsis Monday Photo Shoot #150: A Walk In The Park

"I saw old autumn in the misty morn standing shadowless like silence listening to silence."

- Thomas Hood

Let's take a walk, shall we? Let's take A WALK IN THE PARK. I want to see what the middle of autumn looks like in your neck of the woods. Is it full of gorgeous fallen leaves? Or do you live in a place that rarely shows any sign of autumn? It's all good! The point of these assignments is to get to know each other, and share our love of photography. Let's do that by sharing what our life looks like right now. For this assignment, NO ARCHIVED photos... instead, go take A WALK IN THE PARK and show us what you find!

Extra Credit: Please share with us, in one or two paragraphs, about the park you chose to photograph for this assignment!

Guidelines for Assignment Submissions...

1.The EMPS closes each Sunday evening at 9:00 PM (ET). No submissions will be accepted after that time.

2. Submit your entry by getting your photo, uploading it to you blog or website, and then comeback here and leave me your link in the comment thread. PLEASE REMEMBER... THE LINK YOU LEAVE MUST GO BACK TO AN ENTRY WHICH IS SPECIFIC TO THIS WEEK'S ASSIGNMENT! A general link to your site will not do and will not be added to the list of those participating the following Monday. HYPERLINKS ARE NOT ACCEPTED!

3. Please be sure to provide a link back to the assignment in your submission, so your readers can find the assignment and join us. Everyone is welcome to play along!

4. Please keep in mind that the image you submit for the EMPS assignment, must be your own original photography. NO LIFTING!

Participation List for EMPS #149: Happy Harvest 11/07/2011

1. Leovi

2. Jama

3. Karen



Leovi said...

Good photo with light and color of a beautiful autumn landscape.

Leovi - Impossible Landscapes

hapzydeco said...

Here is our walk in the park:

Jama said...

Here's my entry this week:

A walk in the park

Mike said...

Guess who? :)

Karen Funk Blocher said...

Here's mine. Cayenne and Pepper thank you!