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Sunburst Beauty
Photo By Jeffrey Mcfarland

  • Title: Sunburst Beauty
  • State/Province/Region: Oregon
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Lithia Park
  • Nearest Town: Ashland
  • Brief Directions: Ashland exit off I-5 in southern Oregon to downtown. Then south from the main downtown plaza into Lithia Park.
  • Notes: Stopped down to F22 and used tripod to make sunburst when the sun kissed side of trees.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: Sunburst rays shine through backlighting golden Ash to put on a nice show of golden color just before sun leaves for the day in front lawn area of Lithia Park.
  • Gear: Canon Eos 7D, Sigma 10-22mm, ND Filter
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