Friday, October 7, 2016

Bright Autumn Colors on Caesar Pond

The colors are finally starting to pop on Caesar Pond. Today, Neighbor Carla and I went boating for about 1.5 hours. We oohed and ahhhed continually;-)
I used the 70-200mm lens for a bit of contrast to the wide angle lens of our last outing. The reds, yellows, and oranges of the red maple and sugar maple leaves were stunning.
I did a lot of looking up through the leaves to the sky above. 
The richness of the leaf colors in contrast to the deep blue sky was awe inspiring.
One of my last photos was of the eastern shore, taken from across the pond. As the sun's angle got lower in the sky, the leaf colors became even richer, if that is possible;-)

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