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We have three crabapple trees in the front that have red berries and one in the back with yellow berries. This is the one will yellow berries. It looks like floating eyeballs.
I shot it from below, looking almost straight up.
I used a Canon 24-105MM F4 L Lens at 47mm, ISO 200 for 1/60 second at F18.
Following are images of the front yard.
That is what our front yard looks like at the peak of Autumn.
I used a Canon 24-105MM F4 L Lens at 32mm, ISO 400 for 1/40 second at F22.
From the road the image looks like this.
Every year thing look a little bit different. Here is an angle of the grasses that shows one of our Ginkgo trees. They turn a vibrant yellow every autumn.
More Mish Garden Images
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