Pennsylvania’s beautiful fall foliage is beginning to blaze with color. It doesn’t matter which area of the Keystone State you call home—you’re bound to have the opportunity for incredible fall photography. But while you’re out and about taking pictures of gorgeous trees, woods and mountain scenery, be sure to also keep an eye out for another source of golden-hued foliage—corn fields.
Here in south central Pennsylvania, some of the corn fields are still green, while others are beginning to turn gold. As the cornstalks dry in the autumn sunshine, additional textures and patterns appear, presenting even more “golden opportunities” for photography. Enjoy creating some art through your camera lens this fall!A writer and photographer at heart, Karen Hendricks owns Hendricks Communications offering public relations, marketing and related services. A native of the Philadelphia area, she has called Gettysburg home for 20+ years. Karen earned a BA in Communications from Lock Haven University, and she pens the series An Eye for Art. Follow her on Facebook, tweet with her @KarenHendricks9 or check out her blog project Off the Merry-Go-Round.