What is one to do on a rainy, cool, and overcast day on New Jersey? Take nature photographs of course 🙂
This was only my second visit to the Ken Lockwood Gorge Wildlife Management Area. I wasn’t certain if it was a great place for landscape photos. With the element of running water in a nature area and also clouded skies, I figured it was worth a try… It was worth it.
This was one of the broadest densities of yellow leaves that I laid my eyes on, and it also made a great vantage point for the s-curve of the river.
Photographed with the Tamron 14-150mm Di III lens, a circular polarizing filter, and the Olympus PEN E-PL3 micro four thirds camera. Exposure settings were: 0.8s F/11 ISO 200