Tuesday, October 10, 2006
Summer's greens are rapidly turning into autumn's brilliant yellows, oranges and reds. Yet for all the short-lived and colorful drama at the end of the season, it's the simple scene of backlit green leaves that sticks in my mind.
I've always found it odd that our landscape is a verdant green for well over half the year, yet our cameras don't come out until green gives way to every other color in the spectrum. I thought I'd balance things out a little bit, and remind myself what our world will look like in six short months - and for six full months thereafter.
Your turn: Are you sad, happy or indifferent that the leaves are falling along with the temperature? Will you be capturing some green along the way?