I’ve always found November to be the least inspiring month to head out with the camera. The days are dull, the landscapes centered around monochromatic hues—never straying far from ochers, browns, greys. Yesterday, I set out anyway, in hopes of shattering my perception.
Here is some of what I discovered along the way.
Corn fields still unharvested.
Snow geese (and Canada geese) on their annual migration:
A stag with a respectable rack, startled by the sound of the shutter.
Farmers and farm animals making the most of the last days of autumn.
Incongruously, a remaining green leaf.
And back home by the end of the day, a hint of what’s coming down the pipe.