Thursday, October 17, 2013
This morning was foggy for our walk. The fog created silhouettes in gray, of the trees, until you got close. Then suddenly the color would emerge from the mist, almost taking your breath away. I kept taking pictures, hoping to capture all that color. When I got home and looked at the photos on the computer screen it was a surprise to see how complex the color was. I think of fall color as mainly oranges and golds. They are so bold that I guess we don't always notice the warm, smoky purples and acid-y greens and taupes and soft blues that provide contrast and context. For fun I used Photoshop and pulled out some combinations based on the photos.