This is a follow up post from yesterday's image from The Madison County Nature Trail. The park is a very popular place in the fall, when the colors are great. This means it gets photographed a lot. When I am in a situation like that, I try to look for different and unique perspectives and compositions.
This was taken from very close to the same spot yesterday's image was made. I stepped a little to the right, got lower and included the foreground foliage with the bridge in the background. I choose an aperture that would give me a depth of field that would make the foliage stand out from the background.
Image made with my Canon 5D IV and Tamron 28-300mm Lens. Gear supported by my Sirui Tripod and Ballhead.