A telltale sign of fall is the crimson color of Euonymus alatus, otherwise known as burning bush. The key to its intense color is sunlight. The greater the exposure, the deeper the color. There is a row of these bushes along the Wyomissing trail that lies mostly in the shadow of the surrounding trees. One can readily see where the sun breaks through by the intensity of color on the tops of the bushes.
…with a twist. This was a ten minute pose that our lovely model gave to us. I pulled it from my archives recently and decided to finish it. Maybe it was the attitude she struck that called for a little something extra. The addition of the red dress, I think, turned this pose into a bit of a story. I wonder what it is.