Last Saturday was the World Wide Photowalk, and there was a walk in Bemidji this year. We walked around the downtown area and had a good time chatting and photographing whatever caught our attention. Down by the public library there was a tree that was still holding on to autumn, with bright orange leaves scattered amongst the dying brown. With the cold snap and gusty winds we had earlier this month, I didn’t think there was much fall color left.
I was able to get low enough on the ground to shoot through the leaf towards the afternoon sun. This caused the orange to really jump. Below is the image I captured:Read details