Thursday, October 1, 2015

Red-Golden Aspens in Utah

Red-Golden Aspens in Southern Utah

I took a few minutes to enjoy this peaceful setting, beautiful weather and perfect autumn day.  Sometimes it is hard to isolate a distinctive 'subject' element to give a focus point to an image, but when I saw the sun shinning through this forked tree trunk, I found my composition.  I used a fisheye lens to add an interesting perspective and the sun flare. 

11 comments:

Nancy J said...

Great perspective, sunshine rays, and the trunks silvery, I like it

Mersad said...

You always amaze me with your photography. This one is excellent. Pure autumn joy!!

Linda W. said...

Another gorgeous shot! Question - I'm going to be in Zion and Bryce Nat. Parks in two weeks. Will there still be fall colors there?

Montanagirl said...

This is wonderful, Karen! I also scrolled down and viewed some of your other photos - You gave us some really good tips.

Michelle said...

Excellent perspective in this photo!

What Karen Sees said...

Linda, I would think there still should be color there. Maybe Bryce color will be past prime as the elevation is higher. Good luck, take lots of photos!!

Robin Lamb said...

Karen, another perfect shot! The fisheye really adds to it!

Stephanie said...

I love the perspective of your shot here. Your Autumn colors are beautiful!

Margaret Adamson said...

yes the fisheye does make an interesting shot

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

wow

What I miss about living in Florida

carolann said...

Oh this is a magnificent take of Fall.