Autumn is most definitely here or fall is most definitely here, depending where you are from. The different name for the third season has been on my mind for the last week. One of my classes has taken a keen interest in differences between American English and British English. The term autumn dates back as far as the 1300’s and was even used to describe the season in Shakespeare’s Midsummers Night’s Dream. However the common folk used Harvest, which comes from the Old Norse word Haust; meaning to pluck or gather. As people moved towards the towns Harvest fell out of use and they began using the term fall; a shortened form of the Old English Feallan (to fall or to die). As people travelled to America they continued using fall for the third season, while in England fall was replaced by Autumn.
I wanted to experiment some more with 32bit editing, I went out and took a 7 brackets HDR. The reason I wanted so many brackets was to see if the amount of detail increased and as I guess it did.
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