One more roadside composition, at speed.
I love taking pictures along the road at a shutter speed fast enough to stop the motion of the trees in the distance but not the closer grasses in the foreground – it creates a kind of painterly effect.
Saw this by the reservoir in Central Park, walking home from the museum.
Went back out to Central Park again last weekend and, lo and behold, there were still some trees with leaves on them. Here’s one I photographed the prior weekend and posted earlier.
I love the effect of a brilliant stained glass window you get, gazing up through a canopy of golden Autumn leaves into a cerulean sky.