Plenty of magnificent shots Lately, Tomass. Love the hair (and I don't mean hair-do), shadows and turning leaves.
Thank you, Jeffrey.I'm beside a large sugar maple. The sugar maple turns two or three weeks later than the red maple and the leaves turn a brilliant yellow, rather than orange and red. I'll return to take a few pictures when the foliage achieves its golden resplendency.The sun arcs lower in the sky by the day, which prompts a sigh, or perhaps even a cringe, but makes for an angle of light that is increasingly proficient at highlighting hairs. I greatly enjoy working/playing with the sunlight of autumn and winter.
Great shots as always. I love the pose of the wood platform. And I have never seen better glandscapes, wink!
Thank you, Maddie.I'm waiting for the leaves to turn gold for my annual autumn picture at the cedar rail fence. Hopefully, we'll get a couple of sunny days after the leaves turn and before they fall off.