Mid Day Moment
Generally speaking, the best time to shoot is during the "magic hour" that happens on either side of sunrise and
sunset. Midday shooting needs clouds, because the light can often be harsh without something to break it up. I
was shooting fall color in southwest Colorado, but had received a cloudless sky for sunrise and much of the
early morning. I was getting ready to pack it up and head back into town in search of a meal, when I noticed a
patch of cloud starting to peek above the mountains to the southwest. The mountains frequently make their own
weather, so I decided to wait and see what would happen. It didn't take long before the clouds grew in size and
number, breaking up the blue sky nicely. They also added just a pinch of shadow to the scene, and I was ready
to shoot.

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