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Chasing the Local Landscape

When most people think of going out for landscape photos they think road trip.  Going to the Grand Canyon, or Yosemite, or the like . Not many people think of photographing the landscape where they live. 

I talk to the local photographers here in Fort Worth and they all want to travel west.  They tell me there is nothing to photograph here.  They all complain about a lack of mountains, scenery and fall color .
While the mountain part is true, I find the local area quite scenic and have found many neat locations for landscape photography. The local knowledge I have here has allowed me to find rivers, bluffs, waterfalls and more.  I have even found we have great fall color, you just have to know when and where to look. 

I spent a lot of time this past week chasing fall color and photographing in locations, none farther than ten miles from home .
Thanksgiving is typically the peak of our fall color .The cedar elms and sumac turn in late October, then a progression of trees until the red oaks…

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