A nice cuppa is a good way to start a day before shooting. Fall provides so many great colors, some quiet, some loud.
This is a leaf in a shallow part of a stream. I respond to the golden speckled surfaface of the water which contrast with the green leaf.
Spring colors are out and the next few installments will celebrate them.
Sometimes I will try to look at the same object with different viewpoints. I enjoy results of these red leafs.
The first two images are from a wander with Al. The horse and sheep are fun to look at. The pine cone and needles seems to me to be an interesting subject which is challenging to get just so and I am not sure I got it. The leaf on the forest floor is from a wander I took with Alice so as to escape staring at my monitor all day.
Today my buddy Al and I went riding around to shoot a bit and he knew of a pond with a stone lighthouse fairly close by. This might be as intense as fall gets for color, particularly the golden yellows. Leafs and pine needles in the water are particularly interesting.
Here are a few things I saw wandering around Blue Rocks with Alice. The trees, ferns and wet leaves are so appealing.
Here are some older images that I decided to work on because of patterns and color. The last image makes an interesting comparison.