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That’s Fall Folks!

You might find a red Maple leaf here and there but Sedona’s fall color is pretty much done. I had a great time and really look forward to next year!

Oak Creek Fall Reflections

I’ve spent 10 days camping next to Oak Creek and now it’s time to go home…darn. Here’s a parting shot from Oak Creek which is just steps from my campsite. This campground is so popular, I just made reservations for next fall! (I wanted to be sure to get a spot on Oak Creek). Fall color or not, I can’t wait 🙂 See more of my Sedona fall photos on my G+ page.

Oak Creek Reflections

I’m especially looking forward to photographing reflections because you never know what you’ll get! I tend to like shooting a very slow shutterspeeds for swipes of color. This was taken in between giving it just a slight painterly look. 1/50th second at f/13.

West Fork Fall Color

Oak Creek reflections on the West Fork Trail north of Sedona. No…not from today. This was shot in 2002. I’ll be happy if all we find is a little color like this.

Fall Color in Infrared

I’m heading to Sedona in a few days and wishing and hoping for some fall color but if not, I can always fall back on Infrared! The young couple in the background is at L’Auberge de Sedona which is right across Oak Creek from my campground…..a Gorgeous and very romantic setting. I sometimes encounter people eating breakfast by the creek and I’m sure they think I’m spying on them 🙂

Oak Creek Impression

Oak Creek captured hand held with slight intentional camera movement. A cloudy day contributed the slow shutter speed. ISO 100, 1/5th sec at f/32.

The Banks of Oak Creek

I love the tangles of Sycamore roots along the banks of Oak Creek especially in Infrared.

New Bridge over Oak Creek

Road Construction is finally finished into Sedona. All intersections are now round-a-bouts allowing traffic to move quickly and this new bridge was constructed beside Tlaquepaque making it much easier to cross the road plus giving me a new photo op:-)