Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Blog Guelph: Tree

Edit-225 Originally uploaded by CouldUseLessonsFall Light in Guelph

I am always struck by the quality of Fall light. The warm orange tones lend a softness to this season, perhaps functioning to ease the blow as the temperature drops.

In each of these photographs you can really feel the contribution to the light makes to the image, and how beautiful Guelph's trees become when wrapped up in these longer rays. I hope Fall makes you want to be outside, this city is at it's most beautiful in the late afternoon glow!

Hope you all received a dose of Fall colour,


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