Yesterday, I drove around our area to look for beautiful autumn leaves and colors. However, before leaving our street, I saw the following scene and took my first shot of the day.
In another town about 10 miles (17 km) away, there was a bright display of yellow leaves.
At a park 7 miles (11 km) from home, leaf colors were more muted. A fern on the ground was a better subject.
Back home, I tried to take a picture of a Sugar Maple tree we have in our backyard. Planted 30 years ago, it turned out to be too big to fit in one shot. It may be as tall as 70-80 ft (25 m).
I switched to a wide-angle lens and was finally able to show all of it.
There was at least one tree that still has green leaves. It is a Fuyu Persimmon tree which is now bearing fruit. I tasted one fruit yesterday and it was sweet!