Harper's Ferry Fall Color 2016

It's fall here in the eastern US, and that means there's supposed to be lots of colorful orange and yellow and red trees. Especially now that it's late October. But, it's been relatively dry this year, and so colorful trees have been few and far between. Or maybe I just missed them. Anyway ... We decided to wander out to Harper's Ferry, WVa in search of some sort of fall color. That, and Donna's trying out my Sony SLT-A35 to tide her over until we can either get her a new sensor properly cleaned, or possibly even get her an upgraded body.

Our location was just below the Rte 340 bridge crossing Shenandoah River. I found a red tree and a yellow tree, and a few other colorful scenes. I thought I might share them. As always, click for a better view.

All images hand-held with the Fujifilm X-E2. Lenses used include XF18-55mm f/2.8-4, XF14mm f/2.8, and XC50-230mm f/4.5-6.7. Most used a circular polarizer. All post processing in On1 Photo 10.5.