Images of Autumn at Woodhaven

I was talking with my mom on the phone today.  She lives in Florida and one of the things she misses about living in the midwest is the fall colors.  She expressed how much she enjoyed the earlier post featuring fall scenery near my home in northern Wisconsin, so I created a gallery of fall images from the same outing.  Enjoy, mom!  And everyone else.

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Sumac (red) and Wild Grape (yellow)
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Max, Amy, and Captain Jack
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Our dock on Lake Woodhaven
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On Lake Woodhaven
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On Lake Woodhaven
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North Branch of the Oconto River
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Camp 5 Lake

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Trail to the back property
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Full Fall Color Palette
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7 comments on “Images of Autumn at Woodhaven

  1. I hope your mom is well. Does she ever see Mr. PASQUALE?

    Your pictures are lovely. Thanks for sharing.

    Sent from my iPhone

  2. Oh the beauty of Fall. The colors so vibrant and the Season so short we enjoy that beauty all the more. Thank you for those spectacular pictures.

  3. Another set of beautiful images. Well done. You certainly have an eye for framing good image. Have you attempted any night sky shots? Over the next couple months there will be some interesting opportunities.

    • Hi Steve, I’m glad you enjoyed the photos. I haven’t tried any night sky photography yet, and I’m always amazed by the photographers who know how to do it. Perhaps I will have to do some research and give it a try. Do you have any specific suggestions for upcoming events in the night sky?

      • During the month of November and into December of this year four comets are visible in the morning sky before dawn. Only one or two of these will get bright enough to see with the unaided eye but they should show up i any long exposure pictures you take. If you want to get a quick taste of night time photography try a wide lens, like 28mm, set wide open with a 30 second exposure at high ISO. I’ve had some good luck with this setting and it gets quick results. If you use a longer lens you will need to shorten the exposure time to avoid the stars trailing, unless that is the effect you’re looking to achieve. If you do decide to try a star trail image be sure to try one aimed at the north star as it produces a nice effect.

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