While it has been a disappointing year for Fall foliage, you can still find isolated spots of brilliant colors. So, instead of looking for sweeping hillside landscapes, it might be smarter to look for small bits of brilliance and isolate them. Like this backlit Japanese Maple seed and foliage cluster.
The photo was taken with a Canon EOS 50D, EF 300 f/4L IS USM, at ISO 200, f/6.3, 1/800 sec. It was incredibly windy with the branch moving around about 3 feet in all directions. I used AI Servo focusing mode and was able to get a few decently composed and focused images.
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