Thursday, October 6, 2011

Leaves on Trout Pond



Still not much happening 
in the way of explosive fall colors 
here on Long Island. 
I went over to Trout Pond 
to find some color. 
This is what I found.

12 comments:

nance marie said...

this is very pretty colour and light play.

S. Etole said...

and what a great find it is!

Shotslot said...

Yeah, it's not great here either - the leaves have turned on some trees, and immediately fallen off, elsewhere it's still pretty green.

Karen S. said...

I'd say a lucky find....for sure...we don't have an over abundant burst of colors yet either, and yesterday's winds took away much that will never turn...but I'm hopeful that it will be here soon!

Mariann Lennert said...

Very peaceful!!

lifeisaroadtrip said...

But you found some color! Very lovely.

Elizabeth Grimes said...

Love how the light interacts with the light. I've been taking a little break, but I'll begin posting regularly again soon. :)

Elizabeth Grimes said...

*Light interacts with the ripples. :)

T. Becque said...

More than we have here! Our few trees that change color won't until January. It's a somewhat mixed up system in the desert! This is very pretty.

Out on the prairie said...

Very nice, the colors are heading north. They are starting to fade around me.

Hilary said...

A lovely shot, Steve.

Melissa said...

Thanks for your comments. I'm living outside Sacramento, but we're a military family so we move a lot. In fact I've lived in New York for six years, three at West Point and three at Ft. Drum, but that was before I got into photogrphy. So here's what I love about this photo, aside from the rich color: those leaves look like koi fish!