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David J. Carol


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It's happening... One of the main reasons that I live in the Northeast is the seasons. My favorite time of year is the transition from autumn to winter. As the leaves start to change and the sun gets lower in the sky, it's time to get serious and start taking pictures. It's a short opportunity and must not be wasted. It doesn't matter what type of photography you do. Whether it's landscapes, portraits, weddings, street or anything else, it looks different in autumn.

Today, I'm packing up three cameras with three different lenses and getting into my car to drive. I have no specific destination, but I have one very specific goal. The photograph illustrating this article was taken over ten years ago and I still love it. Today's goal is to take at least one photo that I will still love in ten years.

Cameras packed-Check!
Car gassed up-Check!
Music playing-Check!

Perfect, I am outta here!

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