Fall is rapidly approaching (and already taking hold) in certain parts of our country. In my new blog TIPS FOR PHOTOGRAPHING FALL COLOR - PART 1, I give tips to help you create better fall images. This image was captured in Bishop Canyon in the eastern Sierra when an overnight storm dropped fresh snow amongst the aspens. The scene itself is dramatic enough, but with the snow and fall color mixed, it went to another level - right place / right time!
Canon 1DsMKII, 70mm, f/16, 1/10th, 100 ISO, Singh-Ray Thin Polarizer
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