Cook Inlet, Anchorage, Alaska, USA by Dan Holmes

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A Reflection of Green. An Alaskan roadside pond, backed up by a steep forested slope. Water constantly runs down these slopes, feeding thick brush and several types of trees. This is a roadside photograph, I stopped because of the colors, reflection, and depth of the trees. The light was soft and diffuse under a common Alaskan overcast with scattered light rain. I composed with the 70-200, looking for patterns and depth and was pleased to find this triangle of lighter colored trees and shrubs against the darker spruce. Alaska is a wonderland in all seasons, but vastly under appreciated for its fall colors - which come and go quickly! Turnagain Arm of the Cook Inlet, Anchorage, Alaska.

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