Fall has up and arrived – kamikaze leaves crash down on unsuspecting passersby, leaf peeping is a thing again, and reports of rumbles coming from the Great Pumpkin in its far-off pumpkin patch have spread throughout the nearby towns and villages. Any time of year is a great time to take a photograph, but fall is, of course, at least twenty times more so. I'm in the mood for some fall photography fun – Only problem is, I don't know what to do, or what to snap pictures of. Could you help me out here? What are some tips for taking fantastic fall photos, and are there any bright ideas floating out there for nifty fall photography projects? Here's a nifty bunch of tips for taking better photos of autumn leaves and foliage, but is there anything else? Anything you usually like to shoot in the fall, or any special projects that you know of for photograph-loving folk? Great ideas will end up in Photojojo – the greatest newsletter ever where we spend our days collecting the best photo shiz around – so please share. And any photographs you want to share?