October 31, 2019 · 9:46 am
Hey folks, I’m sharing this article about fall foliage photos from the National Parks Traveler. Maybe you can help as Citizen Scientists and send any film-era fall foliage photos you might have taken during visits (pre-2000) to Acadia National Park.
Click on the image above and read this interesting article to find out more.
Filed under Acadia National Park, autumn, National Parks, National Parks Traveler, Photography, Seasons
Tagged as Acadia, autumn, climate change, fall foliage, global warming, National Park, National Parks Traveler, Rebecca Latson Photography, rebeccalatsonphotography
October 31, 2019 · 8:55 am
Imagine yourself, all alone, walking through a dark forest full of twisting and twisted trees. You know something is lurking out there, watching you. You’ve got to get away, but where do you run that you won’t stumble over twisted tree roots? You know something wicked this way comes for you.
On Halloween, even national park forests, like this one in Olympic National Park along the Sol Duc Falls Trail, can look pretty sinister and spooky, when given a little black & white conversion and some vignetting around the edges.
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Filed under Halloween, Halloween, monochrome, National Parks, Olympic National Park, Photography
Tagged as black & white, black and white, color conversion, forest, Halloween, monochrome, National Park, Olympic National Park, photography, Rebecca Latson Photography, rebeccalatsonphotography, sinister, spooky, trees, twisted, woods
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