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..back in days before Mammoth dried up due to water table issues....

theres a story behind this involving a bottle of Tequila and an underage girl, but I'm not going into any of that. (OK, there was no girl, but hey, made ya look)
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After being attacked all day by this desert, it nicely opened up into a wonderful display of light permeating the needles of Teddy Bear Cholla.

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...cumulus flying by on a hot summer day in the White Mountains....
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from last week. yawn. I just can't keep up.
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Cold morning
Fresh snow
Ice in a lake
Deep black

... and a amazing light.


Monte de la Saxe, in front of the Monte Bianco, Italy, during a photo workshop with *autumn-ethereal last week-end.
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..subsequent to my recovery from last months bender (see my previous post) I make this offering...a ray of light touched the tumbleweed for the briefest second and I was lucky enough to grab it. yeah and if you believe that, then please share whatever it is you're smoking....
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.....Ol' Grand Teton just trying to get the sleep out of the eyes.....
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Autumn is my favorite time of year. As summer begins to loosen its grip, and daily winter’s grasp becomes increasingly fixed, the landscapes across the Northern Hemisphere undergo a magnificent transformation. For the majority of us, the terms autumn and fall conjure images of leaves changing color, however, the way we experience this season varies drastically based on location. In Wisconsin, a mixture of deciduous trees including maple, oak and aspen create a palette of yellow, orange, and red that line lakes and forests. At higher elevations in Washington, golden larches drape the mountainsides along with mountain ash and the low-lying, fiery huckleberry bushes.


This year I was fortunate to take my first trip to Colorado in autumn. I have never experienced scenery quite like this. Here beneath the 14,000-foot summit of Capitol Peak, aspens dominate the landscape. During the fleeting moments of the day, last light strikes Capitol Peak, and the golden aspens cast a warm glow throughout the valley.

Capitol Peak – White River National Forest, Colorado
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A week in Death Valley spent "chasing the color pink," as my friend coined.

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