Saturday, October 21, 2006

More from Ivy Creek

It's fall!


kob said...

Hi -- I didn't see an email link, but am writing to see if you are interested on the live feed page.

Like your blog; impressed by how long you have kept it up. Nice autumn photos; a good way for me to begin my day in the city.

Juliet said...

Well, I'm not really in or even very near DC, but if that's okay...It does look like a neat site.

You can email me at girlwithflathat at gmail dot com. I've been meaning to create a specifically blog-associated email address, anyway.

Deanna said...

I still think if this Ph.D thing falls through you've got a budding career as a nature photographer. And the best thing about nature - unlike children, when you take its picture, you don't have to bribe it, keep repositioning the camera because the tree moved, or wave a stuffed Elmo in front of it to get it to smile. :)

Juliet said...

Well, trees do move sometimes. There's wind. It was actually rather windy the day I took these pictures, which was one reason I went to Ivy Creek; I wasn't sure how much longer there would be leaves.

But true, nature doesn't need to be wheedled like a two-year-old to cooperate.