Frosted leaves, pumpkins … gotta love it!
By Bob Berwyn
FRISCO — With just a few days to the autumnal equinox, it’s becoming pretty apparent how fast nature can change. Along with day to day shifts in the weather — sunny, dry and warm one day, cold, wet and cloudy the next — the leaves on the trees change almost visibly in front of your eyes, frost forms, then melts whent the morning sun hits, and the sun … well, you can feel the days slipping away and getting shorter, especially if you’re on a set schedule in the mornings. All in all, I’d say fall is the most dramatic and moody season of the year, and that’s a good thing for a photographer.
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