This past Saturday morning, I led a workshop at Great Falls National Park. We are just hitting peak fall foliage in the Washington, D.C. Area, and wanted to capture this beautiful time on camera.
We were treated to a beautiful sunrise. I scaled down some rocks (being very careful while doing so) to capture the next two images: one vertical and one, 3 shot panorama to show the scale of the rocks. In just a few minutes, the light changed pretty drastically from a pinkish to orangish hue:
Of course, it is fall season and I would be remiss if I didn’t include a shot showcasing the trees. Since the trees ring around the waterfall, it takes a decent zoom to illustrate the trees in their autumn luster. I waited for the sun to peek through the clouds and over the rocks to illuminate the foliage and the waterfalls beneath: