Saturday, September 11, 2010

Season and Light Turn on the Ohio Landscape

The light on the landscape has finally turned toward what I consider the best season for nature and landscape photography in Ohio. The local parks here in Dayton offer some great opportunities for photographers, but I especially like this time of year at sunset. Late summer and through autumn provides skyscapes at sunset that are second to none, with beautiful foreground subjects in a haunting, subtle light. The following landscape photographs were captured this past week at nearby Sugarcreek MetroPark and Grant Park, both within a few miles from my home in Centerville. This is exactly the type of photography that I will be teaching the weekend of September 24-26 at my Season of the Good Light Photography Workshop, in the very best location for fall landscape photography in Ohio, Hocking Hills State Park. There are still openings available for those interested in attending a weekend workshop of photographic exploration and inspiration.

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