Mary Ann Furnace Trail

On Sunday we took a walk along part of the Mary Ann Furnace Trail in Codorus Park.  It was our only real walk in the woods this fall.  I wasn’t sure of what to expect relative to photography, but I didn’t expect much since the woods are young and full of green briers.

I also wasn’t sure of what to expect from my back but I managed.  I took my K-3 with the 18 – 135 mm lens and ended up taking just a few pictures with 82% of them at an effective 28 mm focal length.  I could have easily gotten by with a smaller pocket camera with a fixed effective 28 mm lens.

2 comments

  1. Dee

    It is interesting that the colors of fall vary so much from place to place. InNM there was mostly yellow from the Aspens and the evergreens. Came home to Ks and it is vibrant with reds, oranges and gold. The wind is quickly stripping the leaves quickly though.

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