Trevor Anderson • Autumn Splendour

Now that the summer is well and truly over, what the leafy beauty of autumn brings us is unique. As Trevor Anderson says, the rich hues and changed landscapes can offer so much

Autumn has always been a very special season to me as it is a season of intense beauty. The air is rich and the less direct sun leads to longer nights and invigorating cold. The mountains are beginning to dawn their winter personas and the coolness creates lingering fog which often hangs in the valleys below them. It is a time that acts as a bridge between the summer zeal and activity, and the quiet introspection of winter. These aspects also make the autumn season a wonderful time to do photography. I have had the fortune of going on many trips into the mountains during the autumn of 2018. Here are a few of my thoughts and visual findings amongst the remarkable colors of this season.

This autumn I’ve had the joy of capturing many new intimate scenes. While hiking I am often scanning the ground for interesting relationships in the flora. Recently I found a good synergy of color along the trail. I noticed some dark crimson tones of ageing bilberry leaves complementing some dark forest greens on the floor. A section of flora that once housed heather in the peak of summer now held the reds of autumn. Finding a good balance of ...

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Trevor Anderson

I am Trevor Anderson and I am a Pacific Northwest based Photographer. With the immense natural beauty and recreational opportunities available in my region, I was drawn to exploring the moods of nature while hiking at a relatively young age.

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