I met this father and a son reading the head stones. He lamented that he didn’t have his camera with him. (What was he thinking? It’s autumn in New England for Pete’s sake.)
This is a cemetary in the center of Essex village. The leaves there were turning red and yellow on the same trees.
The drive home took my by another grave yard and I had to just pull out the camera. I was enthralled by the long shadows, the backlit sugar maple leaves and the headstones in shadows.
My wife went to the wine blogger’s conference in Sonoma. I was playing the bachelor. She took the D80 with the 18-200mm lens. I blew the dust off the Cannon PowerShot A70 and grabbed the other D80 and went out to do some leaf-peeping. I didn't know what I wanted to call this post until I realized all three of these were taken with the point-and-shoot.