September has arrived and here in North of Europe, there's no sign of summer any more. No hot and sunny beach days to have a sunbath or swim in the sea. It's too cold and windy for this kind of fun.
But for us, photographers, there's something to shoot at in every season. In summer we have sunsets, in autumn there come storms. Often storms are bad and cause plently of damage. But they do offer some great spectacle to shoot at. If you live close to sea, take a walk at coastline and find some rocky place or a mole and you'll probably
see huge wave bounding high into the air. When it's not so windy, keep your eyes open and you'll still find something to take picture at, i.e. foamy waves running over rocks. Capture the motion, is the word here.
Don't live close to sea and have nothing to shoot at. Wait for few weeks and you'll find a new colorful world outside. Live in a city? Don't worry, visit parks near to you and you'll have a part of this color show as well.
Need alternative for citylife? Take your camera and go to forest. Don't just look up or front of you. There's something on the ground as well. Look for beatyful fly-agarics and take few pretty colorful pictures of them. Feeling hungry? This time it's better to suffer :) and not to eat them as they are toxic. Once you get back to home, take a cup of tea, a sweet pie and review your colorful moments.