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Sunday, September 23, 2012

Fall colors are here!

Winsor Trail, Pecos Wilderness, Santa Fe Basin, Santa Fe, NM.














9 comments:

  1. Beautiful. Just beautiful.
    (We don't get many Aspens in this part of the world.)

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  2. Thanks, John, I'm glad you like them. I only had a polarizer here. A GND would've helped, as the foreground came out too dark and I had to edit it to make it stand out more. I really need to get a filter holder, when I thread together multiple filters I get horrid vignetting, and that's why here I opted for one filter only.

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  3. These are enchanting! I can imagine lying down on the ground and looking up to see the sun shining through the golden leaves. I can see that New Mexico is truly the land of the light as well as warm rich colors of the earth. Thank you for taking me along with you!

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  4. so happy you liked them, Carolyn! thank you!

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  5. antisocialbutterflieSeptember 24, 2012 at 4:49 AM

    Very pretty.

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  6. oohh -- nice! I love this time of year!! I stumbled upon multi-colored aspen last week, and have photos waiting for their moment in the blogosphere, hopefully soon.

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  7. Thanks so much, Kat!

    Can't wait to see your pictures, Hollis, you probably get some awesome colors over there too, right?

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    1. I caught the aspen while passing through Utah mountains. Now I'm on the California coast where the poor deprived inhabitants don't get to experience wonderful changes of seasons ;-)

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    2. Oh, sheesh, those poor Californians...

      Can I come join you in that deprived part of the world? :-)

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