The beginnings of Autumn

Pretty much the only row of coloured trees in Tenterfield we could find that were remotely photogenic. Should be a completely different matter in a few weeks when the big tree avenues change colour.

View all photos taken: Saturday, 27th March 2010, This photo: 10:09am

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  • [ Kane ] said:
    Yeah mate, I know this road I think too.... the golf course down there looks fantastic at the right time.
    Thanks
    Kane
  • Adam Randell said:
    I love the sky colours when you get inland a bit.
    Must get out for some early stuff around here as it cools too.
    Nice shot David.
  • David de Groot said:
    It's the road marked "Tourist Drive 9" (before it goes dirt). ;-)
    Yeah, winter skies are typically the best for colour, but autumn has a higher chance of puffy white clouds :)
  • aramisfirefly said:
    Looks nice Dave. I'm half tempted to head down over Easter, but will probably wait a little while to avoid the crowds as planned.
  • David de Groot said:
    Yeah Easter might be a little chaotic.
  • ronnietan15 said:
    whats your secret to shooting in daylight? you always have brilliant shots during the day. i find that mine always seem to have glare or i'd have to underexpose it
  • kth_friend said:
    great clouds... nice scene
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    Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)
  • renanluna said:
    Like a painting!
  • David de Groot said:
    Firstly, lens hood, then polariser, then exposure compensation as required to not blow highlights :)
    Thanks - the clouds really played well on that day.
    'tis a bit :)
  • James Lagden said:
    Nice shot Dave. Did you see many birds out that way?
  • vonaviza said:
    5 stars !!!
  • David de Groot said:
    There were some Australasian Pipits (or maybe Tawny Grassbirds) amongst the rocks on the tourist drive, but I had the 17-40 on the camera, and the 400 was in the bag in the back. Parked right next to one and it would have been an awesome shot, but there was no way to get the right lens to shoot it before it flew off.
    Thanks :)