Pixley Falls State Park
It was a sunny, cool Saturday and with the fall equinox only three days away I drove up to Pixley Falls to see if the leaves have started to change. I have seen leaves gathering in the yards around the city and the foliage report indicates “just starting” so I wasn’t sure what I would find. Considering the park is only 15 minutes away, it was worth the drive to see the leaves first hand.
I had waited until late in the afternoon to venture out to the park, wanting the angle of the sun to be as low as possible. Due to the orientation of the falls within the park, for most of the day the sun would be shining straight down on the water. I needed some shadows to help create a better image.
I should have known a nice day would bring people to the park. There were a few more wandering around than I usually like when I’m trying to capture images but I managed. I was looking for a different angle on the waterfall and found this view through the trees. I really liked how the small branches frame the waterfall. You can definitely tell it is the start of Autumn…