Yesterday was the perfect Fall day all around; modest temps, bright sun, light breeze.
I was busy working in the studio all day with the shades down to now get distracted, but around 6 p.m. allowed myself a few moments to wander through the far end of the lot.
The sun was at a perfect level for capturing a few great shots~~I was under the large maple shooting back toward the unharvested corn.
These are from one of my few Paper Birches to survive our wicked winters. (I started with 10.......I think there are two healthy ones left)
The play of shadow and light, color and neutrals, is what drew me to the corner; a little doorway to this intensely bright field. As if someone had left a little passageway for the sun and colors to pour in through......
Today I awoke to rain.....alas, my fear....we will lose the leaves before they have a chance to put on one last show.
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