BENNER TOWNSHIP — Gotcha!
Everyone assumes that the phrase "fall colors" means blazing reds and oranges hanging off the bountiful trees around us. But there's another kind of fall color--the changing colors of a farmer's field from green to gold.
Robert Frost once wrote that nature's first green is gold, but he could have also written that nature's green ends as gold.
I shot this photo on Rock Road this morning just after "rush minute" and before the sun rose too high in the sky. Photographers love the light of fall because it's more angled than direct, thanks to the tilting of the earth, which takes the northern hemisphere away from the sun's direct rays.
Indirect light makes for interesting photos.
By the way, I have an online gallery at http://www.berner.printroom.com/.
And note that the Bellefonte Art Museum also has blog space and is featuring its many artists.