This is it. This says fall in one easy image. Made along the side of the road in Maine. Nothing more needs to be said.
This is a typical fall photo. Birches and trees changing colors. How I love this time of year.
Once again the search went on for color and we found color in a swampish area. These trees were just beginning to change and I loved the look when compared to the greener trees in the background.
One of the best breakfast spots I know of is in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire. Here is where Polly’s Pancake Parlor is located. I had three breakfasts there on my journey in New England. After each breakfast I would go out for a few hours of shooting on the back roads. This church is right down the road from Polly’s. The clouds that morning were dramatic. The shot was hard because I was shooting into the light. I was able to recover the image using creative processing using Capture One. This is the iconic New England church.
This another image from my back roads drive near Sugar Hill, New Hampshire. I saw these trips just beginning to turn color and the small out building in the scene. How could I resist?
This is a stream I found in New Hampshire along route 302. Not spectacular but typical fall scene.
I really had to drive some back roads in New Hampshire to find this shot. And, it’s simply classic New England fall color. I shared on Facebook and go hundreds of likes. So, now it is on my blog.
I thought I had scheduled my trip to shoot Fall Colors this year at the right time. However, because it has been so warm and dry this year the peak fall colors were about two weeks late. This meant I had to hunt for color. Or, as in this shot embrace the color as it changes. This image celebrates the color change.
This is another images made driving the back roads of Vermont near Stowe. Typically I really dislike blue skies. But, sometime you have to work with them. This image is a tough call because I made a choice to put the tree in the center of the image. I balanced it with two barns. I had a polarizer on my 35mm lens on the Sony A7R II to depend the color of the sky.
Part of the fun of shooting landscapes is doing your best not to shoot what everyone else shoots. So, I tend to wander off the neaten path and drive back roads. I use the GPS on my iPad to help me navigate. This is an image from a pond on one of the backroads of Vermont.