The other morning – the first of the time change – I headed out with my Nikon V3 (which took this picture), my 6×9 Voigtlander Bessa, and Olympus XA4. I used the Nikon to consider exposure, as well as to catch a few for here. The film will go in to the lab for processing later this week.
It was an incredible morning. The Chumash Trail is a trail along a corridor of native oak trees, which overarch the entire trail, spots and splotches of sunshine breaking through. The trees are hundreds of years old. In some trees, small flocks of black and white birds would land, and all of a sudden it was as if it were raining acorns. It was quite odd, but restful, like rain pattering on leaves.
3 comments on “Autumn Morning”
Beautiful image!! It displays a sense of tranquility, more successful considering the visually complex environment you were in!!
Thanks, Eduardo. I thought the red sycamore leaves were perfect in the tangle of the weeds. Glad you enjoyed it!
For sure they add the touch to the mood of the image, cheers!!