A recent walk in the woods yielded quite a few photos of the last of the Fall colors for this season and I thought I'd share a couple of them in today's post. We are well past peak viewing now and a good portion of the leaves have made their way to the ground to be scattered about by the coming winds of change. Actually, I'm looking forward to some Winter photography, but I digress. As I looked up and noticed how the tree tops have thinned I decided to grab a shot with the fisheye. I had seen these types of shots before but never really considered doing one until being out there, so I looked for an area with mainly vertical timber and few crossing branches that would clutter the shot.
Anyhow... here's the result.
As I continued to walk the trail a Red Maple came into view with it's vibrant colors. While certainly an eye-catcher, there was nothing particularly interesting about the surrounding area so I figured I get under the tree for a better point of view.