Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Yay, fall is here! Fall is my favorite season because the trees are beautiful to see, the air is crisp to feel, the leaves are crunchy to hear, the pies are pumpkin-y to taste, and I have a terrible sense of smell but it probably smells like potpourri or something.
This photo was taken on the same morning and the same place as a past photo I've posted. This one has a longer focal length (it's more zoomed in) and was taken a bit later after the color had faded from the clouds and the sun reached the trees. It was an awesome morning; the clouds and the light changed from minute to minute regularly giving the scene a different feel. The way the light is spotlighting the trees in the center but not the far left, right, top, or bottom made it feel like looking at a stage with sidecurtains from the audience.
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Captured: October 2016
Camera: Nikon D610
Lens: Nikon 70-200 f/4
Settings: ISO100, 70mm, f/11, 1/40 sec