I keep hoping for the weather to become milder and sunnier so that I feel like going back to the marina and the watershed trails to take pictures, but so far it is not is cooperating. But while I was waiting for the guys to finish up with repairing my outdoor storage room roof, I took some pictures of the leaf litter that I raked over the daylilies per The Grumpy Gardener. All the rest of the leaves have turned brown and have started to break down into compost, but way back in a sheltered corner a couple of colorful leaves remain.
I'm also reading Michael Freeman's The Photographer's Eye: Composition and Design for Better Digital Photos so I thought I'd try to put some of his suggestions into practice.
I’m not getting his theory of using Gestalt psychology for composing pictures, however. But then I don't get the idea using Gestalt for much of anything.