The temperatures were very chilly here in the Blue Ridge Mountains today and of course it makes me think about photographing fall colors. Since our leaves have only just started to turn their brilliant reds, and yellows here in Asheville, I thought I would share an autumn image that I took last October. This image is Ox Bow Bend in the Grand Tetons National Park in Wyoming. Mount Moran is in the distance and the Snake River winds around the mountains reflecting the mountains and the trees. This scene is photographed millions of times by tourists and photographers but I couldn’t resist! I used my 70-200 at 98mm, f 7 at 1/800th of a second. What do you think?
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