From one year to the next I tend to forget how nice it can be to shoot during autumn. The sun hangs low in the sky and the light is gentle with bountiful, saturated colors.
Usually I find it difficult to make time for photography during this time of year – it’s often quite a busy time. Especially with that low sun setting earlier by the day.
However as I’m still on parental leave for a while, I tend to spend at least a bit of time outside before dark every day this autumn.
This bit of time is obviously focused on the needs of my kid, not on pursuing interesting photographic opportunities, but there are still a few more chances to shoot than during this time of an average year.
Now the range of activities has admittedly been very narrow, particularly due to a once again increasing corona virus case count. But we’ve fortunately been healthy and the day to day has still been pleasant for the most part.
So then, October summed up – a month fondly remembered.
We spent hours here, at her favorite puddle.
GEAR used in this entry: Leica M Typ 262 and Voigtländer 50/1.2.