Sorry, despite a couple of portrait gigs lately, I got nothing for today. One set I just finished and hope to share later this week, and the other I’m still working through to have delivered on short turn-around.
In the meantime, there hasn’t been much in the way of personal shooting – I’ve been spending these cooler days in the woodshop, working on a mix of personal/learning projects and home improvement.
But here’s another recycled autumn shot, although autumn is waning here and the leaves are mostly gone. The photo at top was shot at Salt Springs State Park years ago, when I was still at university in Binghamton. I used to drive out to the park for sunrise pretty often – these days I have a hard time dragging myself out of bed that early.
You can tell it’s an old photo, it still has my original watermark. It’s also got a bit of heavy-handed, saturated processing. But I always liked the color of the sky in contrast to those trees, and the view out over the creek valley to the farm fields is a favorite of mine.