Leaves on the ground and an autumn glow to the sunlight and it's not even the end of August yet. The great feature of my mirror-less Olympus cameras (OMD-E1 and an OMD-E10) is that as well as an exceptional Electronic View Finder (EVF) it has a really bright LCD screen which can also be used to compose the image. As it tilts it is relatively easy to compose shots like this where the camera is almost resting on the ground. The alternative would be to lie completely prone on the damp ground and use the EVF. Whilst I would go to these lengths and more to make the image I prefer an easier option if it is available - any fool can be uncomfortable!
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