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The end of summer brings wonderful color to the interior of Alaska. The leaves and undergrowth typically begin changing by the end of August and are well past peak by the time fall sets in at the end of September. Most of the deep color comes from the undergrowth, red leaves on berry bushes and dwarf birch cover the tundra floors. Then there’s the brilliant yellow and orange canopies of aspen and paper birch trees. This photo was taken at Peat Ponds on the north side of Fairbanks in the Goldstream Valley in early September.
|Camera||Nikon NIKON D7000 (Current model NIKON D7500)|
|Lens||Sigma 17-50mm F2.8 EX DC OS HSM for Nikon (For Canon cameras)|
|Focal Length||40.0 mm (60.0 mm in 35mm)|
|Exposure Time||0.00313s (1/320)|