The Silhouette of the Leafless Tree

I enjoy taking images in the Fall because of the various shades of red, yellow, orange and brown. When a tree loses its leaves you can see the intricate design of the branches and twigs. I got excited when I saw the silhouette of the leafless tree in the foreground against the sky at sunrise. It’s great to be outside early in the morning when the air is so cool, crisp and clean. At night in low lying areas radiation fog forms when there is a clear sky, ample moisture in the surface layer and no wind. The fog burns off quickly when the sun rises, but there is a short period of time when the light is magical. Click on the image to see a larger version.


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