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"The transition" fall in the rockies.

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    Posted: 04 November 2019 at 11:57
In temperate parts of the world there is a transition were summer gives wall to fall and soon thereafter winter. In some regions of the world this change is highly pronounced. One such area is the rockies in colorodo were the aspens go from green to yellow and sometimes if your lucky a blazing orange. "The transition" affects the animals as well as they go into hyperdrive preparing. for the winter, and for some animals, it is the beginning of mating season. I was fortunate enough to visit the rockies during this time. This set will hopefully convey the rockies and all its splendor during this transition. C&C welcome and appreciated.



1 First signs of change
woods by chrisrudl, on Flickr



2 At high elevations without aspens the bushes and shrubs show their color instead

The Pool
valley by chrisrudl, on Flickr

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thevalley by chrisrudl, on Flickr

4Mountain stream high elevation
river by chrisrudl, on Flickr

5 Last stand of Aspens in the high elevation
aspenpath by chrisrudl, on Flickr

6 Lakeside in perfect light
bearlake1 by chrisrudl, on Flickr

7 The road to heaven
theroad2 by chrisrudl, on Flickr

8 The path of fire
oarangepath by chrisrudl, on Flickr

9 Lakeside at 13,000 feet
rugged by chrisrudl, on Flickr

10 alpine lake 14,000 feet
island by chrisrudl, on Flickr

11 Elk landscape
elkfence by chrisrudl, on Flickr

12 Cabin in the gloom of fall
cabin by chrisrudl, on Flickr

13 The path
rock by chrisrudl, on Flickr

14 The final explosion, "full color"
Peekcolor by chrisrudl, on Flickr

Edited by C_N_RED_AGAIN - 04 November 2019 at 13:11
 



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Stunning landscapes. TFS.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote AudioDoc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 November 2019 at 15:48
Beautiful set of images! Very nice work. Looks familiar. Big Sky country?

The fencing reminds me of the Tetons and a hike up to a lake I made many years ago with friends who did some angling in that lake in the Wind River Range of Big Wonderful Wyoming.

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What a beautiful set of images!
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Beautiful and well captured. I was in the Rockies last year, but these pictures are something else. TFS!
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Excellent work Chris! Really makes me wanna go there. Hard to pick a favorite, but 6, 7 and 8 is a very strong series. TFS
 



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Post Options Post Options   Quote clk230 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 November 2019 at 05:45
Originally posted by ABDurbs ABDurbs wrote:

Stunning landscapes.

+1, beautiful images and #2 The Pool has a special appeal for me
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Glorious photos, something we simply don't get in Australia.
All very fine, and really hard to single any out, although if I had to, my favourites would be ##2, 5, 6, 8 and 14.
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Wonderful images - amazing nature!

Excellent series! My favorites are #2 (my top pick) and ##6, 7 and 8.

Must have been a rewarding hike/experience!

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Amazing series, with several I could stick to my wall.
Can't pick a best one.
Must have been lots of walking and climbing.
but rewarding in the end.
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What a great set! A joy to view, tfs
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