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Uploaded 5-Mar-21
Taken 31-Oct-20
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Carillon Historical Park Alle in Autumn No. 5

A favored technique called contre-jour where I point my lens into the light. Rather than avoid sun glare, I embrace it while using my aperture to render the sun as a starburst. On this amazing fall day, the alle in front of the Carillon Historical Park reached peak color and begged for a composition that captured the backlit autumn leaves as the low-angled sunlight raked across the green grass.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, f/22 @ 13 mm, 1/500, ISO 100, No Flash

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An alle front of Carillon Historical Park where the low-angled sun backlit the autumn leaves