First To Turn

© Patricia A. Cale

First To Turn

Uploaded: August 22, 2005

Description

f/22 @ .3 sec; ISO 200; Canon 75-300mm lens @ 75mm; tripod. Taken in late afternoon at Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Illinois. This tree is turning colors early; possibly from the drought we've had this summer.

Comments

Marijana Fajgl level-classic August 23, 2005

Fall is coming! I like contrast of red and green. Great capture pat! #299038

Patricia A. Cale August 23, 2005

Thanks, Marijana!! #1757071

Amalia Sylvia Arriaga Salinas level-classic April 24, 2006

This is so beautiful Pat! I like your composition very much!,
Amalia #2681653

Patricia A. Cale April 24, 2006

Thank you, Amalia. This was done for a class when I was working on my Nature Photography Certificate last summer and I was the only one in the class to shoot the tree from this angle. The next week, the whole class was standing in my spot trying to capture it! But, due to lighting and other conditions, they couldn't duplicate it. #2681712

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