Fall’s Harvest

1/2s - f/11 - ISO 100

As Fall progresses, the harvest is done, and much like fields, the trees shed their rich canopy, getting the soil ready for another cycle. Fall in essence, is all about closing up, getting the fruits and setting the stage for nexy year.

In High Park, copper red of fallen maple leaves covers the grounds, signaling the end of the cycle. Rich reds, somehow, seem to indicate the richness and promise of a better season ahead. In a dark and gloomy late fall, a colourful foundation for the future.

High Park is amazing year round but at its most colourful in the fall. Even on a dark morning, it gives us a colour show.

Technical Information:

  • Camera: Nikon D7000
  • Lens: Nikkor 24mm/f2.8D
  • Filter: Tiffen C-POL
  • Exposure:
    • Shutter: 1/2s
    • Aperture: f/11
    • ISO: 100

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