As fall days go yesterday was nearly perfect. The Sun was out, filtered through some high clouds with lots of texture. The temperature was in the 50s, but with little wind. It felt mild. I threw the 70-300mm lens on Clicky, picked up my tripod and headed out for a few quick shots.
As you can see (below) the trees are reasonably bare. Any leaves hanging on are hanging on for no apparent reason. The hardwood trees in my neighborhood are shut down for the winter.
This is the time of year when Jepps Brook begins to flow more strongly. This past weekend’s rains are still slowly percolating into the brook.
I have taken hundreds, maybe thousands of pictures of this tiny body of water. There’s no doubt I’m it’s most dedicated chronicler. No two days and no two shots are ever exactly the same.
All these shots were taken within a few hundred yards of my home. I’m very lucky indeed. There are few places as beautiful.