I was driving by Atkins Reservoir here in my little home town when some bright colors between some trees caught my eye. We’re all attracted to bright shiny stuff and this got me. The first temptation when we see something like this is to run to the edge of the water…or in my case, stumble…and fill the frame. Again that ol’ in your face thing. But framing it within the trees seems to be more pleasing…in the context and all. The added mist on the water hovering over the reflection completes the scene. I hope you like this.Our color is fading fast now. This morning I saw mostly warmly lit browns in the Quabbin Valley. Frost season approaches. 🙂
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