Rural landscapes: walking the autumn path

TRAIL ALONG THE RED DEER RIVER, DRUMHELLER, ALBERTA

I visited this wonderful Canadian badlands photography mecca at the height of autumn, spending an entire day finding very compelling scenes almost everywhere I looked. Encountering this glowing red bush, I decided to go with a very shallow depth of field so your eyes can enjoy the foliage, then wander along the pathway under a canopy of brilliant yellow.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter

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