My One and Only

Although I don’t care for what comes after Fall, I always look forward to getting out with my camera to capture the colours.  Mike and I love to just jump in the car, pick a direction, and drive until we find the perfect, brilliant colours.  Unfortunately, this year has been a disappointment.  It has been a beautiful mild Fall, but the trees have been dull compared to other years.  Not only that, but it seemed like a great deal of the leaves had fallen before they even started to change, and every time I had a chance to go out it was rainy, foggy, or both.

I did, however, get this single shot one day before the rains began, and I really quite like it. At least I wasn’t skunked :).

Barn and Fall Colours

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23 Responses to My One and Only

  1. love the subtle colours–like a watercolour–beautiful!

  2. dorannrule says:

    Ooooh! That’s a good one Cindy! Much better than anything we can see around here.

  3. bulldog says:

    A fair range of colours in this photo… love the subtle autumn colours of the trees in the background…

    • Yes, subtle is nice, but some years it is so brilliant that it takes your breath away. Too bad I didn’t get to experiment more that particular day. We were on our way somewhere, so I thought I would stop again on the way home, but by that time it was pouring rain.

  4. Sayvan says:

    Totally agree on the weather. This is a great shot with wonderful contrast. The barn fits perfect in the scene!

  5. TBM says:

    That’s a great shot. I noticed a bunch of leaves on the ground on my morning walk here. We’ve had quite a bit of wind and so many of the leaves are gone before they changed. Going to be a bit of a disappointment this year I think.

  6. I loved the three layers of color: the flowers in the forefront, the red and grey house and the trees in the background.

  7. Phil Lanoue says:

    Not skunked at all, terrific scene Cindy!

  8. benzeknees says:

    Beautiful pic! Happy, happy Thanksgiving!

  9. krikitarts says:

    You’ve caught some terrific woods there, back behind the barn. I hope the rains don’t take all of the rest of your leaves down. We just drove up north this afternoon/evening, and I can’t wait to see what’s left of ours when the light returns tomorrow morning.

  10. Jeff Sinon says:

    Great shot Cindy! All it takes is one photo to capture the season, you did a darn good job of that here. And remember, there’s always next fall!

    • I love your positive attitude :). It can’t be perfect conditions every year can it? I am happy that I got this shot though. Thanks Jeff!

      • Jeff Sinon says:

        You know it Cindy. For me I know that if I don’t get the photo I want this year, there’s always next. I had a shot list a mile long for this fall, but with the best light going so quickly at each end of the day, a family at home, and only so many days of peak color, it just didn’t happen. I barely scratched the surface of that list. Next year, or maybe the year after, I’ll eventually get them. Most of what I like to photograph isn’t going anywhere. And I’m very patient.

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