Leaves from below

Schachticoke Ridge, on the Appalachian Trail near Thayer Brook.

I shot these on a hike with Gary a month ago. We were right next to the giant tulip trees I’ve shot many time before there. The light was such that looking straight up through low-hanging leaves back-lit the leaves creating a great effect. Focus was tough as there was a light breeze. These are the only two out of a few dozen that worked.

8 comments

  1. You got two excellent images from our time by Thayer Brook. Love that bokeh in the first images, and the superb detail in the second. That sure was a great time exploring the trees and leaves when we hiked there.

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