Wow! The last few weeks here in the Northeast have brought color to a whole new level. The leaves are all changing, and whatever it is that determines how bright and how varied the colors get, well it happened, and the trees are “on fire”. Shooting in the fall is a no brainer. Everywhere you look there are gorgeous pictures waiting to be taken. It’s like a last gasp of nature before winter replaces all that color with the whites and greys we are so accustomed to here in the north. There’s plenty of beauty in that as well, you just have to look a bit harder. For this picture I had just finished some yard work, and the golden hour was in full swing. So I put the lawn mower away, and went for a walk. It couldn’t have been more perfect. I really liked how the low angle of the sun was causing the leaves to cast their own shadows on the tree behind them. It’s funny how I had been planning to take a big hike to get some fall shots; you know, pack a lunch, put on the Merrells, grab the backpack and such. Then one of my favorite shots of the season was taken literally along the road in front of my own house. Who knew!!!
I hope your liking the blog so far. I’m still trying to figure out a few things with the set up and choices. It’s kind of like moving into a new house and you move the furniture around a bit to see how you like it best. You can definitely consider this a site under construction, so don’t be surprised if you see some changes. I hope to mix in some technical content from time to time too. Let me know what you think. More to come for sure, see Ya later!!