|ISO 100, f/20, 1/3 second, 19mm|
Unfortunately, the fog was more like a thin haze that only hung around the base of the mountains and not in the extremely colorful fields in the Cove.
We did, however, find the wildflowers in Cades Cove were quite abundant for early fall. These beautiful yellow wildflowers were blooming in very large groups (I will have a shot of these groups in a later post) and in some cases were growing extremely tall like these in my image. Combined with the yellow weeds that were everywhere in these fields made for a complete sea of yellow and green leading back to the misty mountains in the background.
Beautiful image Jerry!ReplyDelete
The depth of color space in this and the transitions is freaking awesome man, love this! It moves from very warm to cool in such a way that makes it a joy to look at.ReplyDelete
Epic, Jerry! That is beyond amazing! Those flowers there create the most perfect vanishing point that leads the viewer right to those magical and gorgeous mountains way off in the distance. Let's see, if I had to rate this one, I'd have to give it an 11/10!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! The depth in the photo is amazing, and I love the contrasting colours of sky and field.ReplyDelete