Shades of Autumn Photo Challenge – a colorfully inspiring autumn photography challenge aimed at capturing the beautiful shades of autumn.
The Shades of Autumn Photo Challenge will run from October 7th thru November 25th and is open to everyone regardless of skill level, time commitment or camera equipment. Simply share your favorite images inspired by the autumn color of the week each Friday. Then we’ll choose a few of our favorites from the bunch and share them with you on our blogs the following Thursday.
Although Singaporeans do recognise autumn with cultural celebrations, at only 70-ish miles from the equator there's no traditional northern hemisphere change in the seasons. So I thought this might be an interesting exercise in sharing the shades of a tropical Asian autumn; lush, vibrant and dripping with
So here are some of the greens to be found in Singapore this autumn (and the colours haven't been pimped - the fruit and veg stalls really are eye-wateringly green - and beautifully lit!)
|the temple gates|
|the Boss's favourite, ginseng xiao long bao (soup-filled pork dumplings)|
|oil barrels (by farrow & ball presumably)|
|gnarly 'cumbers, Little India|
|glossy chillies, Little India|
|a gorgeous shophouse, Blair Road|
|the view from our apartment|
|a rogue flower at Haw Par Villa|
|leaning tower of squash, Little India|
|grass garlands for Lord Ganesha, Little India|
|many shades of green, playing with my cheapo new macro filter|
|fallen frangipani after (another) thunderstorm|