I don’t know if this will be the end of captured foliage landscapes for the year or not. I do have a couple others that might be waiting in the wings but we have lost a lot of our leaves during the recent bombogenesis and a few trees as well. But there remain intimate shots as stick season approaches.
I have photographed this birch several times while riding through Quabbin Park over the years. The leaves vary in their colors and this year appeared more subdued.
This past Wednesday I posted another ride through he park theme. This next is what was behind me as I shot the view out over the reservoir.
I have not until now made the image I wanted of this edge of the boat cove. The light was a bit overcast and there were occasional sprinkles which kept the foliage saturated.
I’ll be out again this morning and might find some still leafed out colorful trees but suspect I’ll have to start going in closer. That’s fun too. 🙂