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Fall...Time to Prepare for the Long Winter
Aspen Beginning to Change
Photographers in the autumnWhen I finished photographing this aspen grove at Ox Bow Lake I turned and saw these 3 photographers heading into the grove.
Aspens in Grand Tetons
Aspens in Grand Tetons
Oxbow Bend, Grand Teton National ParkOne of the early mornings on the Yellowstone workshop. We had a great time.
Changing SeasonsMy ongoing study of this tree in Schnabelsberg. The newest photo is the one in the middle. I have been following this tree now for three years from the same angle. Can you believe I have not taken summer in the day yet? Uhhhg... Next year. But I have it in the spring fog, summer sunset, now autumn, winter... Well, a couple of other types of weather too. Sorry for the delay in posting but I only just had a chance to put it together today. Although the photo was earlier.
September yellow rain in New Orleans4:1 macro. Nikkor TC-2.0(III)+100mm/2.8G Micro(focus distance fixed at 1 ft.,VR-on)+reversed 50mm/1.4D(opened at f/1.4, focus distance fixed at infinity); on-camera Nikon SB-900(i-ttl)+LumiQuest Softbox(III), flipped forward at (-7) degree; handheld; pp in CNX2, no cropping.
The Perfect PauseThe mellow, messy, leaf-kicking, perfect pause between the opposing miseries of summer and winter. ~Carol Bishop Hipps
Another look at the Bellagio tree guy
Woodland handI was fascinated by the hand, so here's a close-up.
One of the fall tree peopleSo in Vegas, it's a little early to be seeing a change in seasons; with limited time it seemed the remedy would have to be a visit to the Conservatory at the Bellagio where we found this charming member of the tree people, dropping in to celebrate fall. This was taken with flash just to see what would happen. The others are without flash in creative settings.
Authumn colorAll picture: Kodak DSC/Pro SLRn
Lens: Carl Zeiss Distagon 25mm 2.8
Autumn - Chase County #2Chase County, Kansas
Dangerous "Amanita muscaria"
The last wooden deer (for the seasons)
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