Fallen Leaves in the Orchards at Sunrise

by Canon Fan

Fall Photo - Canon 5D Mark III - 24-105 f/4.0 Lens

Fall Photo - Canon 5D Mark III - 24-105 f/4.0 Lens



Have you ever had the intention to photograph something you see all the time but don't get a chance to follow through?

The best thing to do is to schedule it with yourself on your calendar, like you would with a doctor's appointment. Treat it not as an option, but rather as a commitment that is required.

It's amazing how much more you can achieve with your photography when you do this.

I must have driven by these orchards dozens of times, saying to myself that I need to stop and shoot a few photos.

Well, I put it in my Google calendar and blocked off a 2 hour block in the morning when I knew the sun would be low in the sky.



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