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Sunday, October 24, 2010


A couple of weeks ago I took a trip up to Escalante Canyon. The cottonwoods were in full color and the lighting was perfect. It was a bright cloudy day with back lighting. You must left click on the image to even come close to experiencing what I captured here.

Behind this thicket of small trees was a bright red vertical cliff of sandstone which added to the tone of the image you see here.

This was a wonderful fall, and I managed to capture it at many levels, from nine thousand feet to about four thousand here at the bottom of the canyon. One could spend about a month moving from one elevation level to another to capture these images. As the aspens ran their course, the cottonwoods began their round.

-Left click on image to enjoy a larger view of the cottonwood forest.

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