Fall is generally a busy time and it can be hard to find time to take nice fall pictures, especially when the sun sets at 4:30 in the afternoon! However, I was able to get some nice pictures of the Ginko trees around my school, as well as a nice park and temple in the area one Friday after Hoikuen. Here are some of the nicer pictures from this past month:
The mountains behind my school, while not wildly colorful, were still very nice this year!
The following pictures were taken with my iPhone5 which, while it takes pretty good pictures, can’t compare with my D5100. Ah well, they are still pretty nice, although they could use a bit more work.
A tiny shrine behind my hoikuen
Maples are unique in fall. Their gradual change from green to yellow to orange to red give the interesting impression that someone has lit the tree on fire. As such, they are interesting to photograph in all stages of change. The following pictures are from a small temple in Onishi with some nice, if early, colors:
If only this picture hadn’t turned out a bit blurry, it’d probably be the best of the lot! Oh well…