When the water is too ripply for reflections, but the texture is perfect making it feel like a reflection. Can I call it slant reflections like it’s a language arts term?
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I love this tree just outside Kalkaska. For the first time in all my drives past this beauty, I had my camera while the light was pretty. Fall colors are the proverbial frosting on this tree cake 😍
October brings so many beautiful changes. The leaves are obviously a riot of color, but also we are hammered by winds that are accompanied by dramatic sunsets and beautiful crashing waves in a lake that isn’t yet too cold to stand in. It’s an easy month to love.
Yesterday was a delirious whirlwind adventure in the UP, and I the very long day was completely worth it. The color around Munising and Marquette is astonishing, and lake effect rain all day added to the drama - as evidenced by this short-lived rainbow. I was photographing the other side of this river valley in a light rain, watching a hole in the clouds shine a spotlight around the leaves. I was hoping it would light the bridge, so I turned around as the light mover over me. I waited on two cars to pass and then darted across the road in time to capture 5 frames with this rainbow - 26 seconds according to my camera’s timestamps. I’m not always in the right place at the right time, but sometimes I am 😍🌈
I got a jumpstart on autumn colors last month in the Canadian Rockies, and have been in full fall fever ever since. The hardwoods have undergone dramatic transformation Up North in the past week, so I’m not sure when I’ll be back inside 😅 I went on a color tour today, so if you didn’t you can check my stories to see what’s going on!
The autumn colors have exploded in the region this week! Near the coast it’s still lagging, but inland is 🔥. This shot is from a special place on the Jordan River Pathway, and I’m hopeful it’s looking like this currently because I plan to stop in soon!