This weekend my friend, Doc, and I went to take fall photos. It was a little late in the season, but this was the first time we were both available. We had a limited amount of time, so we checked a fall colors map online to find somewhere close. It said that Fort Snelling State Park was a great place to still see a lot of color. So we headed off! And man, was it wrong! There were a lot of golden colored trees, but most of the trees were already leafless. Bummer on the photo side of things, but good for the walking and talking!
I also thought it would be fun to play with a filter while we were out, since I don’t really use them much. I tried my polarizing filter. I couldn’t remember exactly what it would do, but I thought it would be similar to wearing sunglasses. (You know how certain sunglasses make the colors look really vibrant?) Well, I think the colors may have been more vibrant, but unfortunately, I did forgot that adding the filter meant that I would had to adjust the exposure. I ended up with a lot of blurry photos. Everything that you see here is filterless. Oh well, maybe next time.