Autumn 2011 Lower Bond Falls
Every autumn thousands of visitors from all over the world come to Bond Falls in Paulding Michigan to view the autumn colors. Some times you have to wait for a good view of the falls because of so many people. If you come in the dead of winter there are very few people there then but you have to deal with several feet of snow and zero weather, but I like winter the best. Picture taken with a Canon 40D with a 18-55 mm zoom lens with an ISO of 100 at F/S 24 for one second on a tripod.
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