Lake & River Photography
As summer is fading, at least in northern states of the USA, it gives me a fleeting feeling that we will soon be in a less attractive season for photography opportunities. However, this is still a terrific time of year to get your camera out and go to your nearest lake, stream or river and get a few great images to view over the winter. The sun is setting earlier and rising later and has a softer glow. Also you do not need full fall colors to get some terrific images with trees and water. Try to include shoreline, clouds and when appropriate step back and get some late summer leaves. Many of us leave our camera indoors after Labor Day week-end. Keep it out.
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