When we think of spring and photography, we usually think about all of the wonderful and colorful blooms that burst forth in our neighborhood. It is truly beautiful and I take as many photos of flowers in spring as I can.
But some years back, I also noticed that trees had a unique quality during the leafing process. As they initially set their seeds, they assume autumn-like hues for a very short period of time.
They can appear red, orange and yellow with a translucent quality that is very conducive to photography. The film photograph in this article, which appears at first glance to be taken in October, was actually taken in April 2000!
So while you're out getting your spring flower photographs, why not take a second look at the trees?
After all, they only change colors TWICE a year!
Photo: Deer browsing in Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park courtesy of SmokyPhotos.com.
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