It’s the most colorful time of the year!
While you are out fishing or hunting this fall weekend, take a moment to stop and view your surroundings. Autumn leaves on cottonwood, aspen and other deciduous trees are peaking right now along many rivers, streams and in the mountains. Or take the time to make a special trip for a hike or drive to view the colors.
With colder weather approaching, the leaves may not last long, so enjoy it while you can. One way to preserve the view is with a camera. It seems everyone has some sort of simple digital camera these days that can take reasonably good photos. A few professional photographers provided some tips on shooting that can help improve your fall photo images. To read them, check out my Thursday story in The Billings Gazette.
Brett French – Outdoors Editor, Billings Gazette Communications