Autumn is one of my favorite seasons, as it is for many other photographers. It’s difficult not to love all the golden and reddish colors of trees around the city and the special light of this season. I only wish it could last a bit longer…
This is my third Irish autumn. I remember the two first were very rainy and humid and how all the leaves in the trees disappeared in a few days at the beginning of the season. Fortunately, this year is being a bit drier and it looks like the autumn season is lasting longer. I don’t remember as many sunny days during October and November as we are having now. It has been a wonderful season so far. I’ve been able to visit a few parks in Dublin and capture some autumnal images, apart from the ones of the rutting season I showed you in the previous post. Now that the cold has finally arrived, the trees look more and more naked each day that passes and Christmas decorations start invading the city, it’s time to show you some of these autumnal Dublin photos. I hope you like them!

St. Stephen’s Green. Canon EOS 1200D 47mm f/11 1/6sec. ISO 200
St. Stephen’s Green. Canon EOS 1200D 18mm f/11 1/8sec. ISO100
Red maple in St. Stephen’s Green. Canon EOS 1200D 50mm f/1.8 1/200sec. ISO100
Red maple leave. Canon EOS 1200D 50mm f/1.8 1/80sec. ISO100
St. Stephen’s Green. Canon EOS 1200D 34mm f/11 1/13sec. ISO100
Portobello Harbour. Canon EOS 1200D 50mm f/11 1/80sec. ISO100
Belgrave Square. Canon EOS 1200D 20mm f/3.5 1/125sec. ISO100

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