But I would go batty if I had to rake all this...
If a photo could taste like something, I think this would taste like a well-aged, slightly peaty Scotch.
I managed to get out for a short photowalk at lunchtime today. 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.
After a rather large lunchtime feast (the traditional Thanksgiving turkey and all the trimmings plus apple pie for dessert) it was critical to get out an go for a walk later in the afternoon to aid with digestion.
Low autumn sun provides the best kind of backlight, even for plants well past their expiry dates.
There is unrest in the forestThere is trouble with the treesFor the maples want more sunlightAnd the oaks ignore their pleas The trouble with the maplesAnd they're quite convinced they're rightThey say the oaks are just too loftyAnd they grab up all the light But the oaks can't help their feelingsIf they like the way … Continue reading Oakey dokey