It’s almost that time of year again when Fall Color reappear. Here in California that happens on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada mountains causing a modern day gold rush, except this time the gold is the golden hue of Aspen leafs and the prospectors are photographers. I have to admit I never got into this early in my photography career, but as time wore on I started to appreciate it more. The funny thing of course is that fall color is less of an urgent affair in other parts of the country, but because it’s so remote and short lived in California it’s become a big deal. If you’re interested in Fall Color photography check out my friend G. Dan Mitchell‘s book California Fall Color.