You know I'm not a very tall person. That is why this photo is not taken by me.... but by my husband.
I ran some errands on Tuesday (all the while the drywall man was repairing the ceiling above my computer where the insulation man stepped off a beam. That is another story for another day ..... I tell ya) and had just arrived home and grabbed the camera.
My husband drove in just minutes later and walked out to the patio where I was taking a reflection photo in my hummingbird feeder. The hummers are mostly gone by the first day of fall in our valley. Nonetheless, I always leave it up into October just in case one migrates through on a late breeze from places far north. I've seen a few in years past and I feel like a hummer hero when one rests and recoups in my garden.
"You should run over to Division Street and shoot the duck pond," my husband suggested when he realized I was covering Fall Reflection in Water, day six in Faye's Two Weeks in Autumn. Once we arrived there I was glad that I had suggested he "run along" with me. The plants were too tall for me to get the perfect shot. I gave him the camera duty!
So, today I am posting two reflections. One taken in THE sugar ... and one taken by MY sugar.
Everyone is welcome to reflect on fall and join us over at Summit Musings!