The Autumn 2020 photo project - 9/25/20 Sudbury River MA.
Due to Covid cancelling all of my traveling photo trips this year, I decided to compensate for it by going all out on shooting autumn locally in New England this year. I have decided to post my autumn images in chronological order, earliest to latest, as part of what I call my Autumn 2020 Photo Project.
I posted an image of this Swamp Maple previously, but I felt this looser composition does a better job of showing the heavy fog that enveloped the scene. Swamp Maples are the first trees to turn, and I loved the contrast between the orange leaves and the coolness of the fog on the river.
How does everyone feel about the color saturation of the leaves, is it Goldilocks or not ?
Any and all comments are appreciated
Canon 5D MkIV, Canon 70-200mm f4 lens, at 200mm, ISO 400, 1/8 sec at f13