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West Virginia looking into Virginia. This photo has a sister image - [link]

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March 2013 edit - boosted contrast. Original was very flat.
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Spring in the Allegheny Mountains, WV.

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March 2013 - reprocessed from raw file.
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Part #1 of series "Layers"

Eastward view from Monte Peralba (2694m), on the border Austria/Italy.
2011 © Wolfgang Pessentheiner. All rights reserved.

Nikon D90
Sigma 17-50mm F2.8 EX DC OS HSM
Lee 0.6 ND soft grad filter
Tripod
RAW, Aperture mode, f/14, 1/200s, ISO 200, 17mm (DX), processed in 16bit

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'We will never forget the moments in the sun' - Sunset 28 [link] by the band Beseech

Autumn colors paint a landscape at Dolly Sods, West Virginia. Feb 2013 edit: boosted contrast. Was flat! This is closer to what I wanted in the first place.

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Fog fills a remote valley in the Appalachian Mountains, West Virginia. Here's another from this shoot - [link]
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EOS 60D | EF-S 15-85 @50 | 0.5s | f/8 | ISO 100 | Lee 0.9 HE GND

I think the title and this photo pretty much sum up that wonderful autumn feeling as it can only be experienced in the Appalachian mountains. This is what I think of when I think of autumn. A road through the mountains, the changing leaves on the trees, the haze obscuring the distant peaks... and then topped off with the glowing orange clouds illuminated by the just risen sun.

Captured near the southern reaches of the Blue Ridge mountains, this was taken in the Great Smokies, from on top of the observation tower at the top of Clingman's Dome, in Great Smoky Mountain National Park, looking east into North Carolina.

11-30-2011: Updated with a warmer version. After viewing the original, it felt a bit cold and uninviting. Although the seasons are changing and things are getting colder, this was supposed to be an inviting, nostalgic type image and the cold tones just werent doing it for me. Also did my best to lessen the bright yellow strip in the sky.
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West Virginia highlands in September 2001 on slide film. Yes, just a few days after that notorious day. I had to get out of the city (Washington DC area) and what better way than to go up into the quiet and remote mountains and enjoy their pervasive peace. I like how the sun here reflects on the clouds above it as if it was a lake. I snapped this exposure in-between 40+ mph wind gusts but the tree was moving some.
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EOS 60D | EF-S 15-85 @53 | 1.6s, 0.5s, 1/8s | f/11 | ISO 100

This shot is a sort of like a bittersweet goodbye for me. It was the end of the day (obviously) and was the last evening of my trip out to Yosemite, although I had another morning there, it was back to town after this shot then back home to MD. This shot was taken from Olmstead Point, which was as far as we made it up towards Tioga Pass before the sun started setting. So we settled in and got shooting until the sun set. Managed to capture some great colors of the setting sun on the sides of the mountains. Half Dome is the mountain seen in the distance on the right hand side.

HDR created from 3 images in Oloneo PhotoEngine. I tried to keep the processing as natural as possible and not overdo the "HDR look", hope I succeeded.
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Autumn foliage in the higher elevations of the Seneca Creek Backcountry. Managed as part of the Monongahela National Forest.

Oct '12 edit: added some contrast and increased image size. Original was flat. Looks better.

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