Before I get to the the main write-up I want to mention that I have been honored by having one of my photos published in the Natural Landscape Photography Awards fine-art book. The quality; presentation and writing in this book is outstanding!
I took a few days at the end of September and start of October this year to explore the mountains around Salt Lake City. I timed my visit for what is usually the peak fall season for the area. Unfortunately, probably due to warmer than usual weather, most areas were a week or more behind the norm. It was beautiful none-the-less and and we did find small pockets of fall colors.
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6 thoughts on “Northern Utah Autumn Colors”
From the Northern Utah photos, I particularly like the one labeled “Sentinels”, where you took the photo upward and smartly captured the sense of height and majesty of the Aspens.
Thank you. I am heading out tomorrow for more photo adventures. I will start with the eastern Sierra. I hope to see you in November with some calendars.
Thank you for these stunning photos. They are exquisite. Congratulations too on your photo entry. What a beautiful art! Radha Soami 🙏
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Wonderful finds, compositions and processing. Your work is very natural so I can see why you won that honor. I too have been busy photographing the aspens here in Colorado’s San Juans. I especially love the first image. Is that the one that will be in the book?
This is the photo that got in the book at this link: https://pallant.smugmug.com/Sierra-Mountains/i-49dG5h7
I’m on Zion now, but the fall color seems to be about a week late again. Thanks for your comments. Have fun with Colorado autumn. I might make it there next fall.