Cook Conservation Area, Lancaster, MA, USA by Thomas Miller

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I used to live near this small park in central Massachusetts, and the first time I went in May of 2015 I saw the beauty of fresh Spring green in the trees. I really loved the contrast of the bright green and the orange of the trail. This is the main hiking trail that runs adjacent to the Nashua River. It's a short walk from the parking area, and the best times to go are in the Spring and Fall. As I walked the trail I looked for a nice grouping of trees, and set up my Gitzo tripod right on the trail and took some shots. I used an aperture of f/8 to keep a softer look to the overall image.

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