Alright folks, with all the negative stuff going on in the world these days, I have decided to offer you a visual distraction in the form of fall scenery from this year that will culminate on Thanksgiving day with one of my favorite recent fall images! For the next eleven days I have arranged the photos so each day’s image is a little higher on my list than the day before. You can see if you agree on my arrangement or have your own favorite order! My first offering features an old rustic split rail fence that makes a nice accent for the gorgeous trees!
This gorgeous maple dominates the landscape as it glows in the midday sun. The little pip squeak red maple is trying his hardest but this year he takes second place.
This old Church is framed by a multitude of various fall colors and it reminds me of a wave crashing in! For some reason it seems to me that cemeteries often have some of the most beautiful trees during Autumn.
This winding lane is leading to a home that sits behind the trees and I say hats off to whoever planted these maples in this arrangement so I could one day capture this image!
For some reason this year has been a great time for me to find awesome fall foliage shots. I feel like I am in the ‘”zone” for finding pretty scenes such as the one above. I saw the color here when I was just up the road making a delivery and I ventured in to see if any nice compositions could be found. I drove through here last year and the color was good then, but this year it was like all the planets aligned and color was everywhere. This property is a Veterans Hospital and it seems like there are people watching your every move around the place. I tried to be as low key as possible as I meandered around this open area hoping to snap a few shots of the trees in all their glory. This locale was just loaded with trees all at peak color to the point I questioned whether I might be on one of my New England fall foliage trips?