Oh my, this “park life photo project” seems to be a tough one to finish. I fell in love with the idea. A collage of 12 images of the same motif where I can see the change of season. If only I would manage to take the picture every months. I published the change of the first three months (1,2,3), took a couple more but never shared them.
So lets see how the meadow look on November 1:
I think it is still quite green for this time of year. I might have to cheat and push it to October and take another photo in two weeks. Does that count?!
Just a few meters into the park it looks totally different though:
Strange how that is, huh? Who knows why? Is it because of winds? I mean it can not be altitude obviously? keeps me wondering.
Even though I have a few blank spots on my collage I put t together and I am loving the look.
What do you think, what’s your favorite? The meadow above or the trees below?
I think I stick with the meadow. Even though the tree images show off the seasons and the life within the park much better. Just wished I had the full picture.
Have you ever tried to attempt a photo project like this? Maybe I give it another try next year. I mean third time is a charm, right?
March sneaked up on me… how did it happen and why is it already half over? I was busy the last weeks working on some business stuff. It took all my time, all my thoughts and more often my sleep.
I had to remember to actually go outside. Good thing I have my little photo project. And I didn’t want to miss the March edition (even though I shot it a week late and putting it out to see even later…).
The park in March starts to fill with life. It’s not only the hardcore fitness people, dog walkers and stroller pushers out there anymore. You can see people walking for the fun of it. There are groups already sitting on the lawn in the sunshine and older couples going for a stroll.
The other day I took my coffee break to the park. Grabbed my wedding coffee to-go cup a podcast and and just spend an hour out in the sun. It was nice.
I can hardly believe the first quarter of the year has gone by. I was curious how the three month look next to each other and put them together.
Looking at those pictures I like the meadow a bit better than the view with the trees. Maybe because it is so different in those pictures… What do you think?
Soon the park will be crowed, noisy and green.
For now I enjoy it the way it is.
Happy weekend to you,
It’s cold. It’s wet. It’s foggy. I grab my camera and head out. To the park. My park. And today I love it. Hardly any people around. Park life winter edition.
The cold numbs my cheeks. It cleans my lunges. It’s refreshing. It’s a reset. The perfect start to the weekend. The mind slows down, the thoughts ebb away. Free…
My feet get wet. Snow is melting, puddles are forming and give sight to most curious reflections. I pause a moment and I am in awe. So much beauty on a grey foggy day in February.
Trees are showing there skeletons and seem suddenly magical. Water droplets imitate fairy dust and enchanting my surroundings.
A wisp of cold air fills my lungs. There is something else. Warm, soothing… The smell of home. Of comfort. Coffee.
My feet carry me back, the sounds become vibrant. But the memory of this magical winter day will stay with me.
Have a whimsical Sunday
I took those pictures for my 2017 photo project and Tabea is collecting more
Every one of you who has read more than one post here knows I am winter crazy.
So it should not surprise that I am beyond excited when I see the tiniest snowflake.
A couple weekends ago I woke up and snowflakes were dancing in the air. After having a quick coffee I grabbed my camera and went to the park.
My mission: catching the untampered winter wonderland. Unfortunately I was not the only one with this idea. The park was filled with morning joggers, dog walkers and excited kids sledding down every available rise in the ground.
I craved for some quietness and alone time but obviously that wasn’t going to happen… the perks of living in a city.
Anyhow I went some lonelier pathes, and came a across a few birds feeding on seeds someone had left.
I am usually not so much into birds and animals but I found it interesting and challenging to try to snap a good picture. It was tough. These are my best shots.
After two hours or so the park became even busier, my stomach louder and my feet colder so I headed back home for breakfast.
I want to repeat my snow walk in the park on a weekday hoping for more solitude. So please snow, come and delight us again.
Have you taken a snowy winter walk? What’s your favorite place to go?
Happy snow wandering
2017 is already a few days old. All the goals have been set and the christmas candy ate. And on a whim I decided to add another photo project to my list.
This will be my second attempt at Tabea’s 12tel Blick. In 2014 I gave it up after three months. So this year I am hoping I’ll follow through.
I decided on a series about park life. The idea struck me after watching a class at creative life last fall. Back in fall I tried to spent at least two hours in the park. Now with winter around and more to do I don’t take es much time for a walk as I would like. So this project comes in handy.
My first picture is this view:
The second one is a different area of the park:
The pictures have been taking 20 minutes apart. It started to snow and I thought it quite amazing how different it was.
Looking forward to taking the rest of the months throughout the year. Now let me know which view I should continue. I am not sure and don’t feel like doing both.