We had a few hours to ourselves today and decided to follow through on a commitment we'd made to shoot this weekend. Peak hasn't hit Gettysburg yet, but I'd wanted to try to some different techniques for capturing the fall colors so we headed for the corner of Ayers and Wheatfield.
The Hub and I both took swipes at the scenes around us, intentionally blurring our shots with camera motion. It was great fun and helped make up for the fact that the leaves won't reach peak or near-peak until next weekend.
It was a quick outing with just under an hour spent behind the lens. Perfect for trying out new ways of seeing.
I settle on just over a dozen pictures I was satisfied with; here are a few: