Light from the sun directs the symphony of fall color. Greens diminish while yellows, oranges, and reds begin to crescendo. As summer diminishes the arced path of the sun settles lower on the horizon. This resting of the sun allows restricted pigments in leaves to show. Here, the summer and winter paths are highlighted with the placement of netting in relation to this regions sky paths. The colors are representative of the colors as they might be seen throughout the day. At the sun’s highest position it dulls certain pigments. As the sun rises and sets a golden hour is created that highlights oranges and reds.
Status: School Project
Location: University of Tennessee Gardens
Additional Credits: Brandon Orrick