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Discussion in 'Nature' started by TonyTurley, Sep 14, 2013.
Some taken with the Vivitar 28/2.8 Close Focus, and others with the Sakar 135/2.5.
Ah, these make me wish for Autumn. Nothing has started turning here yet, it'll be another couple weeks I suspect.
Thanks guys. It is coming . . . it has been rather crisp here the last couple of mornings. Love it!
Another one I found while going through photos from yesterday morning. Vivitar 28/2.8 Close Focus.
A couple taken with the Minolta 28/2.8.
Today was a great morning to be out in the woods, and I took a lot of pics. Here's the first of many leaf pics I'll trickle out over the next few days. Minolta MD Macro 50/3.5.
I did not stage this, but found these leaves laying on a downed tree right where the sun's rays were filtering through the canopy.
Still not a lot of red in some places. This bottom had a lot of Sugar Maple, Sycamore, and American Basswood.
I noticed many red leaves already on the ground in other spots. This is Red Maple.
A couple more with the Minolta 50mm Macro.
A carpet of Sugar Maple leaves covers a rocky, sun-splashed trail:
You're making me want to shoot fall color. Which means I need to make a road trip.
Come on over to WV. It's only a 3 day drive.
You buy the gas?
A few from this morning's hike. Yashinon-DX 45/1.7.
First one makes me want to find out what's over the hill.
Exactly what I was aiming for. (Did I just end a sentence on a preposition?)
Phoenix 100mm f/3.5 Macro, NEX 5N
Vivitar 28/2.8 Close Focus.
Heeee! Great timing on that last one Tony.
Beautiful shots. Our PA leaves are a bit dull this year. They're the best when we have a hard frost; it was +80 degrees a couple of days ago!