Beautiful autumn view in the countryside.
Everything was perfect! Lovely weather, no people around, reflection on calm water and a guy with a camera surrounded by trees!
This is one of my favorite photos taken in autumn 🍁
📍: Burton, Michigan, USA.
Lovers Leap Arch on the shore of Lake Superior shrouded by Autumns beauty 🍁
This formation got its name from a legend claiming that a Native American woman jumped from the cliff to her death after her lover never returned🌬
Okay, so I was super excited about this shot. My primary objective while walking through this nature preserve was to photograph fall colors, but I also brought a couple long lenses because I knew I could run into some deer and I really love photographing deer in the woods.
I almost didn't get this shot though. I was walking the trail with my 70-200 f/2.8 attached to my D810 for kind of an all-arounder and because I certainly didn't have enough light to properly use the 150-600 in these woods. I typically try to walk quietly, but it's never quite enough for these deer. She made a noise and noticed me through the trees, but didn't take off right away. I got into a low position to shoot through branches but it wasnt immediately a good angle. As she stood, I shifted into a better position about 3 feet to my right to be able to look past a couple large tree trunks. I got exactly five shots off, 3 of which were tack sharp in focus through all of this mess, and then she hopped back through the brush. Seconds later she began huffing loudly, which I presume was a warning, so in my success, I quietly walked the other way.
I don't like photographing an animal after they've noticed me. It's never my intention to disturb these creatures in their homes, but no harm was done. We went our separate ways and I have a small victory to share.
I dont care for your judgements, I don't care for your opinion. I am living my life for me, and I am the the only person I'm trying to impress btw. You don't have to like me, I'm still learning to like me👊✌
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