I got out this morning for a bit. I took advantage of the warm weather to photograph some small falls along the stream that runs along the South Wheelock Rd in Lyndon. It is not every fall that you can wade around in these mountain streams at the end of September and not freeze your legs. It was actually quite refreshing
Stream and Leaves 1 by Tim_NEK, on Flickr
Stream and Leaves 2 by Tim_NEK, on Flickr
I must have taken 50 photos trying to get this shot (that I'm still not completely happy with). I really needed an assistant to release the leaf while I kept the camera focused and released the shutter at the required moment.
Stream and Leaves 4 by Tim_NEK, on Flickr
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The wind is kind of hitting a reset button on the leaves this afternoon. The cooked leaves are being blown off leaving a lot of green. Unfortunately that means roughly 25% of the leaves are gone already. However not all is lost, the remaining leaves should be able to put on a show over the next week or two.
And this is just my report for the Lyndonville area. Other areas that didn't have as much early color change should be in better shape going forward.
I hope we can meet up somewhere. I have your magazine ready for another signature!
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