I love every season with a passion. If forced to pick one, especially as a photographer, autumn wins my trophy. It has a quiet feel despite a riotous display of warm colors. It’s a beautiful contradiction.
The first five images below, were created in Wisconsin, with the final having been captured in North Dakota.
The possibilities in fall are endless. One must look left, right, up, down and anywhere else you can think of.
The image below was created near a waterfall in the state of Michigan.
Move in close for details. Macros are a large part of autumn photography.
Some grasses become auburn in color during the fall season. If you can find a few Bighorn Sheep in those grasses……well…..then you have something. This image was made in South Dakota in Custer State Park between the Black Hills and Badlands National Park. These are ewes with what are still, relatively young ones.
Grab your cameras and make some photographic noise during the “quiet season”.
“God is not mad at you! He isn’t counting your sins and holding them against you. He wants so much, to have a personal relationship with you that He sent Jesus, His only Son, to shed His blood, die on the Cross, and then be raised from the dead. He did all that so that you can be set free from the bondage of sin and the fear of death, and enter into eternal life.”
Dr. Larry Hutton
I know nothing about Dr. Hutton so this is not an endorsement, but he understands the basics of the above subject. I would add, that it is up to you to accept God’s offer, and attempt to live the life He has given you, and doing so in the way He directs us.
May God Bless,