I just wanted to share with you a few images I shot yesterday while wandering through the forest. It was a warm, beautiful day, and though things were still mostly green, the golden light brought even the dried leaves to life.
I set up the macro and and the 50mm, then put away the rest of my gear. This time I didn't take any other lenses. I wanted to be sure I would take the time to see all the tiny details. I tend to get lost in the big picture, and days like this help bring me back and remind me I need to be grateful for even the smallest things.
Every year I look forward to the millions of tiny little mushrooms that dot the ground. They are so small they would look like pebbles if you weren't paying attention. And, as always, I got down on the ground, looking at eye level to these little guys and tried to capture their short lifespan so you wouldn't miss it too.
This is one set of images of the hundreds I took. I want to show you the paled beauty of autumn in Indiana.
I have so much from this day, but I'll spread them out a little, so as winter sets in we can savor it just a little longer.
Wishing you a wonderful Thursday. Here's hoping that you can take the time to breathe the air a bit before winter takes control.