I spent whole day in Northern Ireland, visiting forests and parks and looking for some nice Autumn sceneries. My first stop was Dark Hedges in Antrim. I had to leave home at 4:15 am to get there for sunrise, which was a killer but so worth it. I was extremely lucky that there was only 3 people there and they weren't photographers so I wasn't disturbed much. With sunrise happening at 8 am at this time of the year, my biggest concern was that place will be packed with tourists. I was very happy that people enjoyed their longer sleep that day and I had this place only for myslef for most of the time. Sunrise was beautiful, but I had to wait about 30 more minutes before sun light reach the Hedges. I got everything what I was hoping for. The leaves were in all possible colors and loads of them on the trees and around the road also. There was a bit of mist too. I decided to go for vertical shot this time as I wanted to include as much branches and leaves as possible.
Dark Hedges, Bregagh Road, Armoy, Co Antrim, Northern Ireland