Spring and summer certainly bring out spectacular colours, especially evident in the abundance and variety of flowers. And the winter season can regularly cover over the remains of the previous seasons' growth with a soft, virginal blanket of white. But I think it's fall that produces a lot of the dramatic kodachrome scenes (think Simon and Garfunkel) that so many of us covet.
On my way home this afternoon I drove along a dirt country road where I hadn't been for a while, pulled over, and stepped into another world. Even though everything was wet, plants seemed to be on fire. I think I'm going to follow a fall theme for a little while - hope you come along for the ride.
(10-22mm f14 1/6 sec ISO200)
(10-22mm f14 1/25 sec ISO200)