Fall is not only the best time to be out taking photographs, but it’s also the best time to be out period. The weather is sometimes cool, sometimes warm, but either way it’s usually pretty comfortable. The leaves (the ones that haven’t been eaten by worms) are turning colors, giving the landscape an explosion of color before everything turns brown and grey for the winter.
Our schedule has been hectic to say the least so my opportunities to get out and enjoy and photograph the vibrant landscape have been few and far between. Nevertheless here are a few photos I’ve taken over the last several weeks of the fall colors this year…
These Sugar Maple leaves are just starting to show some signs of fall around the edges.
This row of trees never disappoints and usually keeps leaves and color well into November!
Some more Sugar Maple leaves. I like how these have a full range from red orange to dark green!
Not particularly a great photo, and I took it with my phone, but still a pretty scene in the Ozarks from last weekend.
Once again, Sugar Maple leaves, these in the prime of their color display.
This photo has nothing to do with foliage, but it was a fun activity we enjoyed this October… bringing the tv outside to watch the Royals in the World Series by the fire pit. How about that awesome tv stand?