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The day before the snow storms of October 29, 2011, I spent a few hours in the nearby woods along with my camera, tripod, charged extra batteries and a bunch of memory cards; determined to photograph this year's "peak" fall colors, and, knowing that, given the weather forecast for the next day (rain, wind and snow), the "peaked" foliage could be on the ground in 24 hours ... I did not hesitate.
As it has been noted, "He who hesitates is ... ", you know what ... , and, because I'm getting too old to miss any opportunities (I'm not saving anything for life under long-term-care - which usually ain't so long term) ... I don't put off until tomorrow.
In three or four hours the day before the snow, I took about 200 shots, mostly of fall colors ... it will take quite a while to process and re-size them as I save two versions of each ... one for publishers (usually 8"x12" or larger @300dpi) and one for posting on the web (@120dpi).
You'll have to check back if you're interested ... and, it may require more than one article if I am satisfied with, let's say ... 50-75 or more and decide to post a load of those.
Hope you like 'em.