Autumn is a magical time for landscape photographers. Most fall landscape photos are made during the elusive “peak color” period, when the brilliant red and yellow foliage (and every color in between) is at its brightest and fullest. My own Autumn photographs tend toward the understated, so I prefer photographing fall foliage a bit after the colors peak, letting the bones of the trees show through.
Fall in the Eastern Sierras, 2014
While the Fall color is just now beginning to show among the maples, oaks and other deciduous trees here in the Bay Area, these young Aspen trees growing on the
Fall in the Eastern Sierra, 2014
In California, we don’t have the dazzling spectacle of fall color as they do on the East Coast, but on the Eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada, we have Aspen trees. This year,