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The best color palette we would see all day. Unlike New England, there are relatively few maple trees in the Shenandoah Valley. Thus, the palette tends to be more of a yellow-brown-green effect. In addition, between the hurricane and a couple of storms, many of the maples which were there had already dropped all their leaves.

Copyright 2003 Edward Hahn
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Image Size: 700x466
Exif
Exposure Time 1/50s
F number 8.000
Exposure Bias 0.00
Focal Length 100.00mm
ISO 200
Flash Off
Maximum Aperture 2.97
Metering Mode Multi-Segment
Model Canon EOS 10D
Original Date Sun 10/19/03 09:23:42 AM
Archived Sun 10/19/03 05:56:34 PM
Modified Sun 10/19/03 07:17:29 PM