Late Tuesday afternoon, I drove up to Caesars Head State Park. It's a picturesque drive through through the mountains on winding roads littered with autumn leaves. The light was superb, but the air was hazy. The sky was clear, but there was a low polluted haze hugging the valley. The state park was empty when I arrived at the overlook. It is a peaceful place to catch a bit of serene silence and escape the rush of city life. I will be back up there over the weekend. It is supposed to be cold, so a foggy mist will hopefully be hugging the mountains.
Many people have asked me what camera gear I use, so I will put a link to what I used on this trip below. I am also working on a gear page that will list all of my gear and a short review of all of it. If you enjoy the photographs, let me know. :)