Nina Nixon

Journal

I'm Nina, a photographer, film maker and forever wanderer.  Passionate about nature, the great outdoors and all of life's adventures.  This is the place where I keep all my 'field notes'

The Colour Collaborative :: November / Faded



This steady pace of seasons, changing every moment...ticking by - this year has almost tocked out.

Tick-tock, tick-tock.  The timepiece is silent but the evidence is clear.

As leaves tumble down the days are adjusting to the changing climate, creeping along trying to catch us unaware, shifting us ever so slowly into a state of hibernation.

Summer a distant memory away, Autumn fading faster than I'd like, Spring feels so far away and yet so close to touch...it's almost unbearable and yet we still have the Winter to endure.  I know this route so well, the path well trodden and yet even though time seems to pass far too quickly the older I get sometimes, just sometimes, it can be so insufferable.

My favourite season has almost faded into the background, Winter is fast approaching, advent is almost upon us...please let it snow.

Autumn, faded but not forgotten...until another year comes to pass.

All photographs © Nina Nixon

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Don't forget to visit the other Colour Collaborative blogs for more of this month's posts, including three from November's guest bloggers, just click on the links below ...

Sandra at Cherry Heart
Annie at Knitsofacto
Alex at Lola Nova

Madelief at Madelief
...and of course 'Me!' 
What is The Colour Collaborative? All creative bloggers make stuff, gather stuff, shape stuff, and share stuff. Mostly they work on their own, but what happens when a group of us work together? Is a creative collaboration greater than the sum of its parts? We think so and we hope you will too. We'll each be offering our own monthly take on a colour related theme, and hoping that in combination our ideas will encourage us, and perhaps you, to think about colour in new ways.
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