I kept going back and forth on whether or not to post this one. It is a little busier than I like my compositions to be but something about it kept my interest. It definitely doesn’t work in monochromatic because the Fall colors are the only thing that separate the mass of foliage detail that makes up most of the scene. I wish there had been a little more sunlight to add separation between the layers of trees but I still kind of like this shot. The rock formation that I climbed up into for this shot wasn’t quite a cave but it had a floor and a ceiling that came out at a steep angle from the same point (where they met). You can see the implication of where they eventually intersect by the angles that slant to the left of the picture. The first shot I posted yesterday shows what I saw looking to the right and this one shows what I saw looking to the left.
5D Mk III with 24-105mm f/4.0L IS USM lens. ISO 400, f/11, 1/80 sec.