Signs of Fall.

Ray Sachs

Legend
Sep 21, 2010
Not too far from Philly
you should be able to figure it out...
Yours are of a much brighter autumn - glorious sunlight, and I can hear the wind blow through your cornstalks, Ray.:drinks:
That was yesterday, when it still got into the mid-60's down here. Today the polar vortex seems to have arrived and now it really feels like those late summer / early autumn days are probably gone for the year... So next week I'll probably shoot more ominous clouds like yours! :cool:

-Ray
 
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Susan Sande

Veteran
Aug 3, 2011
Upper left USA
You don't get to see anything from me. Driving home from work last week I passed a local vineyard with beautiful golden leaves and the sunset shining through them. Stopped and took a couple dozen perfect fall shots!!! Cool DOF, the whole works. Drove home and into my garage. Deciding not to take my entire camera into the house to download the perfect shots I opened the bottom of my X100s and pressed the top of the SD card to unlock it. This time the card shot into the air, hit the headliner and disappeared into the depths of my carseats and center console!! I've gone through every nook and cranny, vacuumed with a handkerchief rubber banded over the nozzle, you name it. Can't find the SD card.... No great loss, all the other photos (Madrid and Toledo Spain) I'd already downloaded. Of course since that day it's been cloudy and dark on my commute home. No replicating those perfect conditions!!!!
 

Ray Sachs

Legend
Sep 21, 2010
Not too far from Philly
you should be able to figure it out...
You don't get to see anything from me. Driving home from work last week I passed a local vineyard with beautiful golden leaves and the sunset shining through them. Stopped and took a couple dozen perfect fall shots!!! Cool DOF, the whole works. Drove home and into my garage. Deciding not to take my entire camera into the house to download the perfect shots I opened the bottom of my X100s and pressed the top of the SD card to unlock it. This time the card shot into the air, hit the headliner and disappeared into the depths of my carseats and center console!! I've gone through every nook and cranny, vacuumed with a handkerchief rubber banded over the nozzle, you name it. Can't find the SD card.... No great loss, all the other photos (Madrid and Toledo Spain) I'd already downloaded. Of course since that day it's been cloudy and dark on my commute home. No replicating those perfect conditions!!!!
The good news is it's in there SOMEWHERE. And someday it will present itself, hopefully to you while you still own the car, and then you'll get to relive that lovely day, process the photos, and post 'em if you want to...

Just think of it as potentially deferred gratification...

-Ray
 

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