-the world as I see it
Canary yellow, sunset orange, burnt sienna, atomic tangerine, neon carrot, mango tango and brick red to go along with jungle green, tropical rain forest and mountain meadow – crayola has made sure that one can replicate even the slightest nuances of autumn leaves with its 1oo+ crayon shades. In recent months, I haven’t been very regular with my blog posts, but this month I am making an exception with my third post for November. It didn’t take me much time to write it as it’s just photographs for the most part.
This morning, I was syncing the pictures on my phone with my computer, while simultaneously running a numerical analysis. As I was browsing through the images that had been transferred, I decided that I had to upload at least some of the numerous autumn stills that I had managed to capture over the last couple of days.
Guimaraes isn’t a leaf-peepers destination but I am sure you will agree that it does have a few streaks of autumn brilliance.