The weather on Sunday morning looked like the promising beginning of a nice day. By the time I drove to Coopers Rock state forest at 11:00 a.m. however, the sky was starting to turn cloudy. Still, there was a surprising number of people there, trying to capitalize on the short-lived sunshine.
I like the following for composition. It's a nice play on triangles, with a short rectangle for the horizon and sky. A few patches of sunlight illuminate the hill on the other side of the Cheat river.
Most of my pictures that day were pretty mediocre. The foliage wasn't as vivid as I'd hoped it would be. Perhaps it's too early.
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
View from the "Rock"
Labels: Morgantown, photography, W.Va.
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