Forest cottonwood trees leaves turn yellow

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Forest cottonwood trees leaves turn yellow in  Zion National Park Utah

This is a clear image of cottonwood trees that were taken on a sunny day as the sky is clear and shadows of the plantations are clearly visible. The high precision forest landscape image gives a detailed view of the surrounding thereby bringing a touch-and-feel sensation.

The image portrays a spectacular view of a tree that grows in dry areas as indicated by the natural appearance. The tree has a rugged back with few but strong branches. As evident, the tree has no leaves which might be the reason why it has few branches to reduce energy consumption.

The area in the image is majorly dominated by trees with yellow flowers. There is scarce growth of trees and no indication of grass or any other low growing plantation. The surrounding hills constitute an amazing picture and the horizon from the furthest point portrays a scenic beauty. This image can be summarized as a stunning and elegant representation of a forest landscape and can be used on any brochure, blog or website design.

Gear: Nikon D810 camera, Nikkor 24-70mm lens f/2.8.
Settings: Focal length 70mm; exposure 30 sec; f8.0; ISO 100.
GPS: -33.627764, 150.311548


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