There is that short period during the fall when the leaves are colouring into orange and yellow, but still covering the trees, and the chance of a sunny day is still considerable. That period seems to have ended by now, as I have had many rainy days in the past two weeks. But I did enjoy a few sunny mornings with those beautiful golden fall colors.
The first few photos were shot at Delftse Hout, a cultivated park more than a forest, but with a few wonderful lanes.
As you have noticed, I decided to convert a few to black and white. It may seem silly, as fall forests seem to be all about fall colors, but for some reason I really liked some of the shots in monochrome. I still don’t really understand, but I decided to go for it.
The next set of photos were taken on the Veluwe, a national park in the East of the Netherlands, near Velp to be specific. I stayed close to a little stream called Beekhuizerbeek, to be able to catch a glimpse of water every now and then.
All photos were taken with the Leica M (Typ 240).
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