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June 13th, 2009
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Sadly, the many Oaks and Maples that lined this side entrance to Berry College were leveled during the tornado's that devastated North Georgia and Alabama (including Tuscaloosa). It's a shame that it will be another 40 years, if not longer, before this shot can be taken again without the use of Photoshop.
Jason Blalock replied:
Thanks for the recent comment, Arlin!
Jason, most is already said! Their words are also mine. (You wanted me to send some snow and I just wanted to let you know that I drove through a "tunnel" like that but covered with snow a week ago. Amazing, but no camera in the car :( /Ove R )
What a wonderful photo, Jason ! Fantastic ! Regards, Juergen
I love the falls colors of this shot. The intense reds are something you don't see all the time. Thank you for your comments on my Sumatran Tiger and the Old Faithful Geyser in Black and White.
Yes..amazing is the right word. What lushness!! Simply ART! ;0)
Wow!!! This picture is amazing!!!
beautiful capture, amazing colors!
It's natural light with some slight adjustments to the brightness and contrast. Very little "fine tuning" was needed. I just happened to pick the right day to go and take fall pictures.
great fall colors!
Anna Villarreal Garbis
This is an amazing photo! This is the shot I want to take!!!! Nicely done.
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