Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Look Up//Look Down #44: Autumn at USF

Hi all! Still super busy at work; I took these photos while running across campus between meetings. Looking up at the spires of St. Ignatius church and down at a pretty leaf, indicative of the season. Lots of bright sunlight in both, as well as interesting texture and a nice contrast in scale. I'm hoping to get around to read blogs soon, and I'll be participating in Jennifer's Frosty Festivities Blog Hop this weekend! So, I hope to see you soon.

15 comments:

helena said...

love the light and the contrast in scale

Sian said...

One leaf on its own makes a nice contrast to the classic autumn leaf pile picture. I like it.

scrappyjacky said...

I love the light in the first one.

ComfyMom~Stacey said...

Love the church spire!

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

Hey there, friend. So nice to see your blog pop up in my reader. Your photos are fantastic, and I hope you are doing well. xo

alexa said...

Such a lovely leaf colour against that grey ...

Sheena said...

Great photographs x
Love the light in the first one.

Karen said...

Even though I'm not working, I seem to be home just long enough to read blogs, but not long enough to get a post up! I love both photos, but the simplicity of the second one speaks to me.

Irene said...

Both photos are great but there is something about that lonely fallen leaf that I just love. Glad you took the time from your busy schedule to take and share these photos.

The Mann Fam said...

Nice contrasts between the two pictures.

Carola Bartz said...

Two very beautiful images, Rinda. They really go together, I like that a lot.

Amy said...

Hi Rinda, can I just say, I am missing you at the moment! Great shots :)

Melissa said...

What a fantastic shot with just the one leaf there - great texture & it does look like such a beautiful sunshiny day!

Miriam said...

Catching up with you today Rinda. The contrast and colours in this pair are lovely.

Gail said...

Slowly catching up with you. Two really great pictures. I love the contrast in them both - the first with the spires against the blue sky and the second the contrast of the life with all those lines of the pavers.