went out this weekend and started taking pictures of the fall colors.... Here's what I got. Below is the only shot I "set up" I had the red and green leaf and was looking for something special. That is when the little wild violet appeared in the grass. I "framed it" with a couple of other colored leaves. Below is a Japanese Red leaf Maple. The seeds were this deep rich red which was very eye catching. The next two are different varieties of crabapples. Loved the way the fruit contrasted with the leaves. So it isn't really autumn colored. This was shot at f/2.8 for depth of field and there isn't a lot of contrast, although I like how the shot turned out. Oak leaves usually are very late to turn here. http://webpages.charter.net/moneyfwfs/Fall Colors/Fall Colors103005 0030-01.jpg Thanks for looking any and all feedback is welcomed and appreciated. I'm trying to learn so I'm always looking for input on composition, PP input, and other insight. Thanks!