I have to admit, that for the past two Falls here in the Okanagan, I have been very disappointed that I finally have a dSLR camera and when the Fall colors are at their peak, the weather becomes absolutely miserable.
Today as I look out the window, I see what is left of the snow from yesterday melting and pouring off of my neighbour’s roof. Around the same time that we started receiving heavy amounts of rain, the colors in our trees were finally getting to that amazingly bright red color. I kept looking at our driveway displeased that these beautiful leaves were there set on the spotted black pavement but it was pouring with rain and I did not want to take my camera out in it.
Thankfully I got home on October 30th when the rain had finally ceased, the dark clouds were becoming lighter and there was a glimmer of sunshine so I could snap up these photos:
Before I finally got a chance to take these photos, I kept seeing the huge, wet, delicious looking water droplets on the grass, leaves and roses. I had decided to do this shoot just trying to capture as much water droplets as possible. It made me realize I really should have a topic of some sort before heading out with the camera because since taking these photos, I have realized part of the reason I am not out with the camera as much as I would like to be, is because I cannot decide where to go to take photos.
Looks like it might be time for me to drag out my photography books and magazines as well.