Here's another autumn sunrise. The fall foliage was just starting to turn when I took this photo and the clouds were very cooperative for a change!
I was at the National Arboretum recently and found these purple flowers growing near the old Capitol columns. It was a stunning sight!
When I was last in Shenandoah, I shot some photos of Dark Hollow Falls. The tree canopy was a bright gold. I really like all of the photos that I took of the falls and I had some difficulty deciding which ones to post on my blog. I narrowed it down to three photos, gave up, and then decided to post all three. Enjoy!
Last week, I drove out to Shenandoah to shoot a sunrise. The foliage was just starting to hit peak color and fog was covering the Piedmont. It was a beautiful sight.
Fall began with the autumnal equinox on September 22. The day after, the sun rose directly up the H Street corridor in Washington, D.C. The sunrise was gorgeous. I tried this shot last year, but the clouds weren't as cooperative.
I had another occasion to go out and shoot a sunrise. I went back across the river to Arlington and timed it so that I captured the sun rising next to the Lincoln Memorial. (Incidentally, this is my first landscape with my new Fujifilm X-T2.)
Here's another shot from a little earlier (dawn, before sunrise):
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