Taken below the Eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevada Mountains on US 395 in California.
Category: Landscape Tagged: alder, Ansel Adams, B&W, black and white, fall, landscape, Photography, Sierra Nevada, Timothy S. Allen, travel, tree
WOW ❤ Very nice!
Thank you Lucy. I was watching National Geographic Live! – Peter Essick: Ansel Adams Wilderness Revisited https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQQoxA7FAOU and realized that I too had photographed Alder trees in the Eastern Sierras during my fall trip to Manzanar.
You’ve been to some amazing places! I will watch the video. Thank you!
The video is very good if you have an interest on Adams and the Sierra
Looks a little infrared.
The yellows and oranges are pushed to the right. I also pushed the contrast.
And the blues were pushed to the left. Sometimes I do that.
Yes you are right – correct.
Definitely has that Adams feeling, a good replication of tone.
Victor, thank you.
Great photo Tim.
Thank you Mike
great photo – keep up the good work!
Thank you for your kind words.
I love the multiple angles in this shot.. Very nice shot.
Thank you so much. Cropping seemed to make the difference.
Beautifully done. Love the lines, angles and contrast in this image.
Thank you Beth. I’m very pleased that you like the image.
The dynamic diagonals make this a very powerful image. Love the strong tones Tim.
Thanks John. I’d seen a program related to Adams and I was inspired. I had photos I’d taken from a trip to the Eastern Sierras.
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