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Old Nov 5, 2007, 12:13 AM   #1
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This Fall in Wisconsin was not as good as years past. Lots of rain and wind left many trees bare.

I did manage to go to a place called Devils Lake for the first time. Most of it was already closed down for the season but I managed to get some shots of this place which I intend to visit many more times.

The first shot was taken someplace else since I got lost but seeing a barn up on the bluffs like that was quite unique for me. I had to take a shot.

All the shots were taken with the Nikon D200 with the Tamron 28-75mm 2.8 XR Di 1:2 macro lens and all except the first one was taken with a polarizer filter.
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Very colorful and well composed, #2 and #3 are especiallynice. Too many blown highlights in the last pic, though. Otherwise it would have been my favorite.
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two and three definitely awesome photos, although the reflection in #2?
I would like to see a #1 with less sky and more field if you happen to have it!
thank you for showing
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Those are super shots Tom. If those colors aren't as good a past years I can't wait to see next year. Love #3 & #4. Outstanding.
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Hi vIZnquest!

Wow, cool series of late autumn / fall!

I especially like your composition ideas / originality with numbers 2, 4 and 5.

Colours of 2 and 3 are the best imho (photo 4 a bit too saturated, 5 not quite so "stunning").

Perhaps due to simple beauty and a killer reflection, photo number 3 wins my "favourite for this bunch" nomination!

Thanks for sharing!!

Hope we'll see more from you soon.

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Thanks for the comments and critiques. I find it very helpful and it is greatly appreciated. This was my last chance for Fall Colors due to my job being on the extremely busy side for the next six weeks. Sadly, I won't have much time for the camera or posting until early next year.

Happy and safe Holidays to all of you.

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