As I look forward to the coming autumn, I’ve been going through some of my old fall photos to practice and prepare my processing techniques. I’ve learned some different things since last season, so it’s interesting to go back to some old photos with a newer set of processing skills with which to approach each photo. It’s also nice to remember what places are worth going back to visit during the season this year, and this place is definitely on the list of spots to return to. I took this photo at park/garden in the rear of the Narita Temple grounds. There are several different ponds, each surrounded by many beautiful trees with great autumn colors. As you might imagine, I wasn’t the only photographer there, but in comparison to many places in the Tokyo area it’s relatively quiet and certainly easier to access, at least for me. It’s also close to the airport, so if you’re in Japan during the fall and have a night time flight, it would be a great way to spend some time relaxing before you have to go.
Camera: Nikon D7000
Lens: Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8
Shot Info: f/11 | multiple exposures | ISO100 | 11mm