Photographing Letchworth This Fall
I love fall. And I love photographing fall. Unfortunately the most spectacular aspect of fall, the one we most closely associate with fall, the changing colors of the leaves is quite fleeting. In some places it is more fleeting than others. It is hard to define a timeline. It is challenging to know when to go out and try to capture these colorful leaves in photos.
Due to the fickle nature of beautiful autumn leaves I often miss out on a lot of opportunities to create images I love most. This year I really made a concerted effort to get out and create photographs of places I love showing off their fall colors.
I made sure to go to a place I love. And a place that I never get to as much as I would like. A place that I knew would have a wide variety of opportunities to photograph different expressions of fall leaves.
I went to Letchworth State Park in New York. I photographed the fall leaves surrounding the amazing waterfalls there. I also made sure to capture the leaves clinging to the trees a little longer as they blow in the wind. I only featured a few of these images here, b. It I hope to share more in the future.
What is your favorite place to see fall leaves?
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