Might be gloomy skies but the autumn colors are wonderful. 😊
Thank you very much. Yes, the gloomy sky just adds another layer to the autumn colors.
Although the sky looks like a storm is coming, the beauty of the autumn colors, shines!
Thank you so much. Luckily, overcast skies here are almost never a sign of an oncoming storm. To get a storm you must go south.
That is good! You’re welcome!
I moved to southeast Michigan 9 years ago (from Philadelphia) and discovered that dark, overcast skies here don’t necessarily mean a storm. I am still adjusting to that because in Philalephia, cloudy skies usually meant rain, and really dark skies definitely meant rain. Such a mystery! Beautiful picture.
Thanks a lot. We usually have the same thing, but this year even the cloudy sky did not give rain.
Beautiful capture. Loving the colors! Autumn this year was so amazing.
Thank you so much. Every autumn is beautiful, but most importantly, every year autumn is unique. I was not able to take two identical photographs of the same place with a difference of one year.
The cloudy sky and gray water make a perfect frame for the colorful foliage.
Many thanks. I agree with you. They have created a very beautiful natural frame for beautiful landscape.
My pleasure…your photos are consistently outstanding.
I agree with you.
The water is dark, and the sky looks stormy, but the colors of foliage are still amazing.
Thanks a lot. I like to photograph bright saturated color, but it is not always suitable for autumn.
It’s very atmospheric, which has its own charm. My pleasure, Vova.
You are welcome
The sky might be overcast, but that just serves to emphasise the gorgeous trees.
Thank you very much. The colors of autumn itself are beautiful, and the gloomy sky further enhances these colors.
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Looks more dramatic than gloomy. Exhilarating. A good day for photography.
Thank you. I think overcast skies with high contrast always create a sense of tragedy.
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