There is something magical about the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. For me, autumn represents a period of change when nature girds its loins for the long and slow descent into winter.
Just occasionally we're graced with an Indian summer. The extra boost of warmth on our faces this late sun provides give us that last opportunity to secure a dose of vitamin D, but it is with a sense of foreboding that we watch as the trees begin to cast long shadows. These shady places are of course in stark contrast to the "golden light" created from the sun's position as it steadily becomes pulled ever closer to the horizon, making this a great season for beautifully lit and atmospheric photography.