“O hushed October morning mild,
Thy leaves have ripened to the fall;
Tomorrow’s wind, if it be wild,
Should waste them all.” ~ Robert Frost, October
Frost has covered our lawn a few times this week, the season’s first nor’easter blew through and whipped leaves to the ground. As I walk the dog at night, I take an extra minute or two to admire the quickly changing (and falling leaves), embracing this ephemeral time and trying to hold onto for just a little longer. Over the past week, I’ve been able to photograph some very pretty scenes.
This is a 2 second exposure (f-14) from a little bridge across the stream at Fulton Pond, such a beautiful scene that I’ll miss when all that’s left of the trees are twigs.