Today was one of those incredible fall days that just begged to be taken advantage of: sunny and 23°C (with a “humidex” of 29°C). Too bad it’s a Tuesday and I’m not retired nor on vacation or I would have been out all day.
But I did manage to get out for a short photowalk at lunchtime. That gave me just enough time to make my way to the woods at Taylor Creek and go leaf hunting. I didn’t have to look far… actually, I just needed to look down. The dappled light did all the work for me – all I needed to do was press the shutter. No post-processing needed on this one; Mother Nature set it all up perfectly.