Most people don’t even think about going outside when the weather is shit. The ground is wet, the air is cold and there’s always an unpleasant and almost depressing atmosphere hanging from the overcast sky.
Fall can be a bummer: but it doesn’t have to be. The season when the environment slowly withers and dies can offer some of the most rewarding scenery. All you have to do is go out there and capture it. There’s nearly an infinity of colors laying on the ground bleeding out of the leaves into the ground. Even a seemingly dead tree, standing bare and vulnerable can offer beauty if you look at it the right way.
I’ve recently been trying to get out as much as possible and enjoy the change of season. I have been fairly successful at getting some nice shots and simply enjoying the fall climate. Thankfully, the weather has cooperated as well! I have spent most of my time outdoors lately around the outskirts of Sudbury, On. Right in the middle of the Boreal forest, Sudbury’s topography ranges from flat, valley areas to rocky and almost insurmountable, rolling hills that seem to go on forever. I also cant forget to mention the abundance of lakes and rivers in the area.
Here are a few pictures of my recent adventures into the wilderness! These just go to show you that just because Fall is kind of cold and wet and dreary, it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t get out there and discover it!
The Punk Rock Hobo