In October 2015, I spent a full day hiking in Mont Tremblant National Park. The autumn colors were beautiful and red predominated in the forest. I planned to make a sunset shot from the shoreline of lake Monroe. To compose the image, I used a wide-angle zoom at 18 mm (35 mm eq.) and I added a 10-stop ND filter to lengthen the exposure time. This flattened the wavelets and created cloud lines. I performed a 2 minute exposure. During the exposure I was looking at the sky and I said, “It is unbelievable, the autumn colors are in the sky”.
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