Autumn is great season for photography. Colourful leaves, dried plants, windy days and morning fogs. All that present lots of opportunities for taking photos. As there were fogs during the morning in the last couple of days, I grabbed my camera and headed out. Nature hidden in a thick fog is missing much of its colour and it makes look unusual, special. So here are photos which are completely lacking the autumn colours.
I have always liked autumn for its colourful leaves and that’s exactly the theme of the following photos. Coulourful leaves, still green ones, those that turned yellow or even red, leaves that are still on trees and also those that had fallen to the ground. The last traces of colour before there are only black or dark brown trunks and branches.
These photos were taken in Malesicky Park in Praha while I was looking for geocaches at the end of October.
Here comes another collection of autumn photos. This time the weather was somehow cloudy and the sky was dark grey so there wasn’t much light but on the other hand it was a great opportunity to try some new things.
This photo is first try at improving one of my photos (from previous post). It is still not perfect but the samaras are now much sharper and the composition is better too.
(Shutter Speed: 1/1000 seconds, Aperture: F/2.0, Focal Length: 50.0, ISO 200)
Rowanberries is one of my favourites fall themes. I just love the colours of these berries, from dark red to bright orange.
(Shutter Speed: 1/1000 seconds, Aperture: F/2.0, Focal Length: 50.0, ISO 400)