Autumn from the Inside Out

Autumn from the Inside Out - photo ©Scott Allan Stevens
Walking along a nature trail recently, I found myself looking out over a river through multicolored maple leaves. It’s been a great year for fall color, with surprisingly little rain and no hard freezes yet, both of which tend to mute colors or strip the leaves from the trees. And that means good shooting for photographers! I love the layered look of this photo, as the eye follows the branch out toward the light and the multicolored leaves.

One response to “Autumn from the Inside Out”

  1. Diane says:

    I love this and voted for it!

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