Today, John and I went geocaching on Avon Mountain. There's nothing like being in the woods on an apple-crisp autumn day in New England. The colors of the leaves are so gorgeous that people flock here to "leaf peep." But the light--slanted and tinged with gold--is really what makes the fall a gift that can linger on the retina well into our long, grey, dreary winters. A subtle application of Sepia shifts the emphasis in the photo to the light.