The autumn colors of Tombstone Mountain in Yukon, Canada, are so spectacular that it is called the Patagonia of North America. The climate in Tombstone Mountain is highly variable, with mostly rainy days. My teammates and I would often wait for hours amid wind and rain for the sun to break through the dark clouds and shine down on the earth.
One afternoon, carrying a heavy camera bag and holding a tripod as a walking stick, We walked for miles in the wind and rain through bushes and flowing creeks in search of ideal spots and compositions. With the camera on a tripod, wait for the perfect light to click the shutter and freeze the most beautiful moment.
After countless failures, this time, the sun finally showed a smile at the best moment.
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