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Calendar Competition – September

Shit tree picture.

Another day comes and another month progresses. Heading towards the end of summer is, I’m sure, a bittersweet affair for many – it’s the end of the warmth and beauty and basking in the late evenings and smell of flowers – but, equally, there are those of us inclined to certain types of seasonal aesthetics who know which month awaits us next.

Leafing behind a trail of light, celebrates the closing of summer. The distant sky is ablaze with thunderous applause for the summer months, with the bluer hues beginning to surround the warmth as it begins to retreat and surrender. As I mentioned in a previous post, one of my favourite things is seeing how the light during a sunset hits and presents other objects, which is why I especially enjoy the leaf protruding from the tree trunk. This, combined with the beautiful explosion of colours in the background provides for the quintessential end-of-summer feel.

JANUARY is available to vote on over at the Examiner website, and Manpreet’s submission has made it into the finalists as one of few to be selected as the potential winner by you, the public. Why not head on over and have a browse of the five finalists and vote for your favourite?

Missing the months which once were? Take a trip down memory lane:

January          April            July

February        May            August

March            June

Manpreet Singh – photographer at Ready, Steady, Cut!

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