Nice Marty! The snow the past 3 weekends has made for some interesting fall shots this year. Here's some from last year, I'll get a couple new one's up in a day or two. These are from the Snowbasin Mountain area in the Ogden Valley.
These were all taken around the Ogden Valley in northern Utah in the past two weeks or so. We've had snow the past 3 Fridays in the mountains so it made for some interesting fall shooting. All images shot with a Canon 5D and a adapted Contax Carl Zeiss 100/2.0.
It's great to see so many great images of autumn color from different spots in the west. I just drove from Tahoe to San Diego down Hwy 395 on the eastern side of the Sierras about a week ago and caught the California autumn. We have plenty of Aspens so the yellows and some oranges are well represented in the sierras. Don't have much red and also not a whole lot of green broadleaf trees. The Sierras were snow capped and beautiful this time of the year.
As the season progressed,I made it to a few more locations, and was able tp PP a few more..........all said and done, these I liked. One scene I have shot many times, the other two are new locations I am sure to see again...........
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