Long Range Views - As fall progresses, so does the color change. If you visit early in the season, be sure to come back closer to peak and witness the dramatic change in our surroundings.
Bamboo Forest - Hike through our our bamboo forest to get to the animal park.
Check out the amazing panoramic views captured by Ben Carland with The Obsidian Collective.
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To find more photos of Sky Top Orchard, be sure to visit us on Pinterest.
"How Tall This Fall?" Cut-out
Pumpkin Patch at Entrance
Add Your Own Photos
If you take a great photo or video while visiting, be sure to upload it to the Sky Top Facebook fan page!
Don't shoot into the sun or you'll get silhouettes and shadows instead of clarity and faces. Position yourself with the sun behind you when possible.
Watch for shadows. If you aren't close to your subject, remember that your flash won't get rid of the shadows you see. Stand closer or recompose your photo for a better end result.
If you are shooting children, squat down to their level and shoot them head-on. You'll get more eye-popping background and less shots showing tops of heads, ground and shoes.
Ask someone to take your photo rather than trying to do it yourself. You'll get a better quality, more meaningful photo.
Watch your step! It's easy to only look through the view finder and forget the world around you. Watch for uneven paths, moving objects and other people.
Don't forget to have someone take your photo so when you look back at your pictures, no one will wonder whether you were there or not.
Smile! You'll have a great time at Sky Top. Make sure it shows!