Good time to get out with your camera

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 18 October 2014 at 12:00 am

Photos by Tom Rivers
CARLTON – This is my favorite time of the fall foliage phenomenon, when about half the leaves are still on the trees and the rest have left a colorful blanket on the ground.

I stopped by the Archer’s Club along the Oak Orchard River on Friday. A winding dirt road off Clark Mills Road leads down to the river.

Some of the trees have sprouted high by the banks of the road, letting photographers look straight up, even showing some of the roots.

There is a ravine-like formation next to the winding dirt road. I ventured into the path for this picture.