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This is one of my favorite riverside vantage points along the the Old Salmon River Trail, not far from where I took this photo:



No leaves were placed during the making of this photograph!

(Technical details: Nikon D90, Manfrotto 190PROB tripod, Nikon 12-24 lens, Circular Polarizer, f/11, 3 seconds.)

Special thanks to :iconivanandreevich: for suggesting that I post this!
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Sparks Lake offers many fantastic vantage points of South Sister, Broken Top, and Mount Bachelor. I took this photo on a chilly September morning, just before hiking to the top of South Sister (pictured here). My timing was serendipitous, not only for the incredible clouds but also for the fallen log in the water, which created fascinating reflections that became an integral part of my composition.

If you are interested in seeing more photos from Sparks Lake, please visit my PBase gallery.

If you enjoy this photo, please take a few moments to visit my Mountains and Waterscapes galleries.

(Technical details: Nikon D70, Manfrotto 190PROB tripod, Nikon 18-70mm lens, Hoya Circular Polarizer, f/22, 1.3 seconds, numb fingers. No tricky post-processing... this is how the camera captured the scene.)
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Elowah Falls is one of my favorite waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge. It is particularly nice during late October.

No leaves were placed during the making of this photograph!

(Technical details: Nikon D70, Manfrotto 190PROB tripod, Nikon 12-24mm lens, Hoya Circular Polarizer, f/14, 6 seconds.)

Here is a more recent photo from a closer vantage point:

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Croatia, mountain Velebit. Autumn is here.
One nice cold sunset, at the pass Bujma.
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Croatia, mountain Velebit.
From the same place as previous ones:
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Sunrise at peak Sveto brdo, NP Paklenica, mountain Velebit, Croatia
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One more image from the epic sunrise on Dolly Sods this past weekend.

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I am now back home from a whirlwind autumn tour that took me from the High peaks of the Adirondacks through Vermont and finally to the mountains of West Virgina. I spent 20 days on the road leading 2 week long photo workshops and shooting personal work. The color was so-so this year in New England coming on early and strong, but ending in muted colors after tropical storm Nicole blew up the coast and hammered new England. Over the next several weeks I will be sharing new work from my travels, so stay tuned!

Swirling eddy below Second Falls, Blackwater Falls State Park, West Virginia
5 seconds at F16, ISO 100, Singh Ray LB Polarizer at 20mm

Read more about the making of the image and another shot from that afternoon at Shays Run here - [link]
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Morning fog and mountains in the heart of the Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia.

Shot this October while on assignment.
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Some of the brightest oranges and yellows I've seen this fall happened to be on the hillside behind this mountain stream. The composition was impossible to miss.

Canon 5D. 24-105 L. Circ Polarizer. 3HS GND filter.

Wasatch Range, Utah.
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I got myself up before sunrise in an attempt to capture the fall colors in the Wasatch mountains to the east. Driving towards my destination I could see the thin bands of clouds high in the atmosphere and from experience I expected them to light up in this colorful show. Right on cue, as the sun's rays hit they glowed pink.

The unique clouds, fog in the valley, and brilliant yellows of the aspen trees combined for a memorable Autumn experience.

Wasatch Mountains, Utah.

Canon 5D. 24-105 L. 3HS GND filter. Circ Polarizer.

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As often happens with nature photography, I abandoned plans of shooting one location and followed the clouds to another. Just as I was scrambling for a composition the sky started to glow... one of the better sunrises I've seen in a long time.

Virgin River, Zion National Park, Utah.

Canon 5D. 24-105 L. Circ Polarizer.
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Iceberg Lake and the Minarets at sunrise.

This photo was taken on my backpacking trip with :iconbenjamin-charles:

The Minarets are a section of the Sierras that I have been starring at since I was a child and has been on my "to do" list for years. Although we had to change our plans because snow was blocking our route to the next set of lakes, I feel I have a good taste of this area and cannot wait to get back next year. TOP PRIORITY!

On a side note. I was stupid enough to jump into this lake at 10,000ft in October. Dont believe, just ask Ben. Not one of my brighter ideas. haha!

Ansel Adams Wilderness, Eastern Sierra, Ca.

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This was one of the most interesting displays of light I have ever witness. As this storm began its climb over the daunting Eastern Sierras the sun rose and created this magnificent display. This beautiful scene did not last long as within 30 minutes the mountains completely disappeared behind a wall of clouds.

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After a hard day of working on the trail up to Bishop Pass I decided to go up to the top of the pass for sunset.

This photo was taken at about 12,000 feet looking down into the Bishop Creek drainage. The lakes from closest to background are Bishop Lake, Saddlerock Lake, and Long Lake. On the right you can see Chocolate Peak and in the background is Mt. Humphreys and Mt. Tom and in the far background you can see the Glass Mountains.

Bishop Pass, Eastern Sierra, Ca.

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Must view large in a darker room.

2 horizontal photographs, 3 min each during a surreal pastel like sunset as the clouds danced around the peaks. Mt. Waialeale can be seen poking out to the right in a rare moment above the clouds. Mt Kahili on the left the clouds...the radio tower can be seen in the full version.
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...The Woods!!

Mt. Waialeale, one of the wettest points on earth, has a constant flow of water from its summit. Hiking up to the back wall takes an epic all day adventure (on the list of hikes to do) but along the way there are plenty of waterfalls to play with. Guardian Falls in the way back stands about 40ft.

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After sunset light illuminates the rocks with a lovely glow as the shell of a crab sits perfectly tucked into the shelf. This is one of my first successful photographs until my 'breakthrough' in Sept '08. This was taken May '08. Queens Bath area. It's nice being able to rework files with new programs, skills and understanding. Much cleaner file now than my first edit. Yay.

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Hello

This is a picture from our last Iceland trip in September.
The light was subtle and lateral almost the whole day .. And the Skaftafell area unveils a crazy land ( floor ? ground ? ) with all the mixed colors .


© Alexandre Deschaumes
5D Mk II
17 mm @ F/8
Lee 0.9 Hard step
Polarizer
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Another view of the Skaftafell Area in September Light .
Impressive colors in these fields !

Iceland . 2010
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I'm just back from our last workshop in the 'nevache valley' ( 05 ) hautes alpes / France

Snow was already here, everywhere .. And we had luck with this strange cloud , creating an interesting answer to this curve in the snow .

Canon 16-35 F2.8 L II @16mm
Lee filter : 0.6 Hard step
Polarizer
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[Dévoluy - FRANCE]
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[Dévoluy - FRANCE]
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[Vercors - FRANCE]
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It's high noon in the northern Tetons. Mt Moran looms over the most spectacular stand of autumn aspens that I've laid my eyes on. The first clouds appear over the mountains after a couple weeks of indian summer. This is October at its best in Wyoming. In just a day these leaves will be gone. Not long after that, these mountains will be capped in a fresh coat of white snow. The valley will soon surrender to the brutal wyoming winter. In this moment though, I can't Imagine a more beautiful day.

Mt Moran - Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming

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Looking up the valley towards 14,130 ft Capitol Peak, it's evident that this landscape is in transition. It's late September in the Elk Mountains. Lush, green aspens are beginning to turn their famous shade of gold. The summit of this fourteener has just received its first dusting of snow. Day turns to night.

Capitol Peak - White River National Forest - Colorado


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Late afternoon clouds retreat from the high peaks of the Elk Mountains, leaving a fresh dusting of snow on Capitol Peak. In the valley below, aspen trees begin their transformation from a deep shade of green to the vibrant gold they are so famous for.


Capitol Peak - White River National Forest - Colorado

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Autumn colors on the summit called "The Lambs", a well known mountain in Ecrins National Park, french Alps.

Ecrins National Park, Alps, France


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Last autumn colors on these trees of Devoluy mountains in french Alps. A great color contrast between the spot light on the foreground trees and the dark cliffs shadowed by the clouds...
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Long exposure at dusk, over a small lake in the Cerces mountains, in French Alps. The clouds were moving in my direction pushed by a strong wind, creating this impression of movement with the long exposure.

Canon 5DmkII - EF17-40 - Tripod - nd Grad Lee
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