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Last weekend I decided to brush my camera skills by taking some pictures of autumn tenderly touching Norway.
All pictures were taken in my garden, using a Olympus Pen-LITE + lens kit 14-42mm 1:3.5-5.6. Then I edited them with VSCO app on mobile phone. I like using VSCO and its preset to edit my photos. And my camera has its own Wifi setting which allows me to import photos directly from the camera to my smartphone, also! How practically, right?
Anyway, I’m not posting this blogpost to promote either Olympus or VSCO but the gorgeous colour of autumn in Norway, my favourite season of all time.
Please enjoy my latest photo diary of autumn in Norway, taken in my little lovely garden.
Mushrooms all over my garden
Of course they are NOT edible!
I spotted this little fellow over the old broken fence.
Autumn is here…
This unknown tree in front of my kitchen’s window…
… and that shade of red
Rain drops on the grass
We have some rose hips, but I’ve never tried to make anything from them.
It’s been quite rainy in my area this past week, but the grey clouds are making my photos more in the mood of autumn in Norway. Next week, we’ll take a short road trip to Hurdal lake, a lovely small town not far from where we live. As I don’t think we’ll travel to any where until next year, I’m really looking forward to taking this trip.