Three Churches

I will have to wait another 2 weeks before the foliage will be at it's peak. The colors aren't there yet so I decided to include the red foreground foliage to make it more interesting. Hopefully I can go back there again after Oct.30. P&S compact and PS filters. Thanks.;-)

Posted by Sandi MacDonald on Wed, 10/16/19 16:00
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Comments by Michael Meek on Wed, 10/16/19 16:50

Your exposure is spot on. Four part harmony on the comp. Lovely, tranquil scene. All is well and bright here in the fall as we wait for more changes!


Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Wed, 10/16/19 18:32

I like the contrast between the color of the foreground leaves and the blue water... and that water is like a mirror picking up the 3 churches. We had some color in our leaves but last week's snowstorm really did a number on the trees and leaves here in Winnipeg.


Comments by S Roter on Wed, 10/16/19 21:05

What an eye popper.


Comments by Paul Bracey on Wed, 10/16/19 22:09

Certainly an even better exposure than the previous Three Churches...
Better control over those whites, PLUS the splash of color right up
front! Nice work, Sandi!


Comments by les perry on Thu, 10/17/19 11:22

Picture postcard stuff here


Comments by Gerry Vrbensky on Sat, 10/19/19 11:05

Sandi you have yourself a winner. Love the colors.


Comments by Harry Liston on Sat, 10/19/19 21:14

Those sumacs look very natural, since they always turn to colour
earlier than the tree leaves. Would not guess it's a composite photo -
a perfect shot!


Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Sun, 10/20/19 15:50

Thanks everyone. Harry, the red leaves are the natural foreground foliage, it was already there...not a composite photo. Sorry for the misunderstanding I made in my comment under the photo.;-)


Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Sun, 10/20/19 15:59

Thanks everyone. Harry, the red leaves are the natural foreground foliage, it was already there...not a composite photo. Sorry for the misunderstanding I made in my comment under the photo.;-)


Comments by Barry Dickieson on Sun, 10/20/19 20:03

Great photo Sandi - one of the best I've ever seen of that famous
landmark.