Autumn in the USA’s Upper Midwest was vibrant this year with a very busy Jack Frost creating his magical canvas of colors on forest leaves. It is difficult to say which trees produce the best displays of color but in this case the nod goes to exquisite maple trees of the northern woodlands. The leaves have all scattered, fallen to the forest floor to nurture new life in Spring yet their memory remains.
September 29, 2011
Rhinelander, Wisconsin, USA
Canon 50D, Canon 17-55mm f/2.8 lens, shutter 30 seconds, f/22, focal length 23mm, ISO 100, tripod, cable release, a stately maple tree, black dishtowel, kitchen butcher block