Ooo, la, la!No point in many taking and posting any New England fall photos--who could possibly compete with these? HOW did you make those leaves glow so brightly? My foliage pictures always seem so blah and drab in comparison with reality--yours are awesome.
I need to edit!I meant "my" not "many" (blush). That's what I get for staying up playing on the computer past my bedtime, LOL.
Oh Mama Bird, you are so funny. The difference is that in New England you can just open your door and see plenty of foliage without even craning your neck. I, on the other hand, had to drive around for half an hour looking for little dibs of color her and another dab there. Mine came out drab compared to the real thing too. I like the RED colors and somehow the pics showed an unnatural orange tinge. The trick to getting them shiny is to go out in the early or late part of the day, make sure the sun is behind the leaf with light shining through the leaf but not shining into your camera. By now you are practically blinded by the brightness, so, point your lens in what you hope is close to the correct place and click and hope for the best. (the truth comes out)I guess you are back from your journey. See you on your blog.
All the same, these are truly beautiful photos. You're right, though. We are lucky here in that all we have to do is turn our heads this way and that to see beautiful leaves...
Love that deep red color. Gorgeous photos.
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