People ask for all sorts of pictures and if I have them I am usually happy to share. I was recently asked for fall photographs in St. Paul. In some cases like in this one I had to be fairly creative so that a person can tell this was taken in the fall.
The leaves change slowly and I can’t just point my camera any old way to get a fall like picture. Fall sunsets are particularly challenging because in low light situations the colors don’t look nearly as vibrant.
I have to say I enjoy photographing St. Paul any time of year and rarely run out of shots and if I do I can always go to Minneapolis and take pictures.
Table in the corner
My favorite place to sit at Coco in downtown St. Paul. I usually stand and I like to work in the corner.
The plane was a bonus. I was trying to get some fall color in yet another picture of St. Paul taken from Indian Mounds park which by the way is a great spot to take twilight, sunset and nigh time photos from.
The view from Mounds Blvd in Mounds park.
St. Paul, Minnesota
It did not bother me at all to have to be outside yesterday taking photos for a client. I managed to get St. Paul and Minneapolis in this one.
I love the way the late afternoon sun lights up the trees. It makes them harder to photograph but I had to try. It has been a few years since we have had such a beautiful and warm fall. The trees are in Cherokee Park in St. Paul.