Festival of Leaves 2019 ~ Week #8 November’s Autumn Light

Anyone that knows me, knows that I am in love with November light. I don’t know what it is, if it is the short supply, or the colors it brings out, but there is something incredibly appealing to me when the sinking sun hits those red, browns, and yellows, just right.

We are just past peak color in my region this week but the colors are still breathtaking and especially if you make use of the low November light. I think it needs a hash tag! #Novemberlight

You can check the estimations for your area by clicking here: Fall Foliage Prediction Map

I love autumn so I am hosting the 2019 Festival of Leaves Challenge I will post every Sunday and I invite everyone to join in any time through the week in any or all weeks. You can link to this post or to any weekly post. Be sure to tag your post Festival of Leaves so it is easy to find in the reader.

Autumn is my favorite season. See more images of autumn by clicking here: A Lingering Look at Autumn

Click here for Techniques for Fall Color Photography

16 thoughts on “Festival of Leaves 2019 ~ Week #8 November’s Autumn Light

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  2. November light is so weak that we need to make the most of every bit of it! Seeing leaves backlit so their colour shines is so lovely. We are still hanging on to some of the subtle copper and amber shades here, but it’s awfully windy so I don’t think we will for much longer!


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