Natural lanscapes: the sunny autumn viewpoint


While in this city on a work trip, a colleague and I visited Ramsay Lake, one of 30 lakes surrounding Sudbury, and found all sorts of colourful leaves with water drops.
I followed his lead, carefully picked up some particularly good leaves, then carried them around until finding a compelling scene to highlight them.
I went for a shallow depth of field so the lake and horizon would complement, rather than compete, with the leaves.
Nikon D7100, polarizing filter

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