This image was taken from an overnight trip to capture some of the remaining color of the larch trees. There were only a sparse amount of golden needles left on the trees, but the sunrise light help compensate for this.
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This year, I was lucky enough to go up to photograph it, best expression of autumn colors,accompanied by an early snowfall, that gave me these beautiful contrasts
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Just cant get enough of those Canadian Rockies. Every morning while we were at Mt Assiniboine, we were out for sunrise, and this was one of our favorite spots. This is Sunrise With Mt Assiniboine Reflected in a Partially Frozen Over Tarn With Golden Larch From Mt Assiniboine Provincial Park in Canada. Just us and the Bears out there! This is definitely a place that should be on every hiker and photographers bucket list! As with all of my images you can get this from the Randall J Hodges Photography Gallery in any size or style. I have so many New Releases From these amazing Canadian Rockies…Happy Exploring Everyone!!
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5D III, 16mm, polarizer. Three exposures blended using layer mask techniques for dynamic range: 1/2, 1/4 and 1/13 seconds at f/16, ISO 100.
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