“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.”
― Albert Camus
Last week I was watching a film based in New York City. Two married couples with young teenage children were making plans for an autumn hike to view the falling leaves. The kids were complaining, as they had no interest with video games and a large screen LED TV waiting for them in the den.
It made me laugh because, for many urban dwellers (including Toronto residents!), being able to escape the hustle of the work week to enjoy time in nature, is a luxury. I’m one to talk. It’s been a very busy fall season. I love this season, and I haven’t had time to enjoy it this year. I did capture the above image with my iPhone while walking to my car, after teaching an outdoor photo-walk workshop in High Park. Speaking of which, are you looking for an excellent photography workshop? It makes a thoughtful Christmas gift for yourself, a couple, or for a parent and child. Great for larger corporate groups as well.
I encourage you check out the Studio’s FotoSkool: My First Camera: Essentials for Everyone. We offer two levels of instruction: Beginner and Intermediate. I teach every workshop and share my 20+ years behind the camera. You’re guaranteed to become a better photographer.
Enjoy the last few days of fall.