Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

In a new post created specifically for this challenge, share a picture that means CHANGING SEASONS to you.

We know our readers hail from all corners of the globe, so we’re excited to see different landscapes, as well as more creative, unexpected interpretations – Cheri


This is a great topic for this week. Last week was the infamous Santa Claus parade where I live (did you know that their parade has tiny miniature ponies? Some of whom get tired during the parade and who get a ride in a truck as a result?), and the seasonal feeling has hit everyone with a whomp!

We’ve had a couple of flirtations with winter so far … some lovely fluffy snows that have made the ski resorts in the area very happy, immediately followed up by +10 degree Celsius days. However, I’ve chosen two pictures of the first fluffy snow of the season – and not to worry! While these photos were taken on our way into the city, none were taken by the actual driver.


The trees after their first dusting – so pretty!


A view from the road – sadly, the snow disappeared the closer we came to the city.

Now it’s your turn – what are the seasonal changes like for you?

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1. Each week, we’ll provide a theme for creative inspiration. You take photographs based on your interpretation of the theme, and post them on your blog (a new post!) anytime before the following Friday when the next photo theme will be announced.

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