I’m falling behind with the Blog this month and I want to extend my apologies to those of you who are kind enough to follow my work. I’m one of the organizers of the Nature Visions Expo that is held annually in Manassas, VA and the Expo is keeping me very busy this past month. I did get away a few weeks ago to shoot fall color, but the leaves were a little past peak and the color was marginal. I loaded the pictures into my computer but have not had a chance to review them. Now that the Expo is over for this year I can start spending my time out in the field, but early next year the Expo planning will start up again. I’m going to have to find a way to balance my passion and my obligations.
The panorama was shot last year during my trip to West Virginia. I was truly late to the party. There were barely any leaves left on the trees. I was driving along a county road and noticed this scene and pulled over. The sun was high in the sky which is normally a deal breaker, but the trees in the foreground were creating these great lines leading up to the next group of trees.