Rural landscapes: the road through Autumn
TREES ALONG THE ROAD, PRESQUILE PROVINCIAL PARK, BRIGHTON, ONTARIO
I was a little early for full-on fall colour glory, but a few scenes like this still made the trip to this wonderful park (my first in 10 years) worthwhile. Given the mix of bright sun and dark shadows, this scene was a tricky exposure to pull off, but I think I did OK. The wide-angle perspective makes the trees appear to soaring over your head.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.
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