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Fall Colour on the Blackstone River by Yukondick
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This shot was taken on Sept 1 – the middle of Fall in the North of Canada’s Yukon – late afternoon light [5:30]. Unlike fall colours in the South, these colours are produced by ground cover brush and lichens.

the Blackstone river flows out of the Ogilvie Mountains and along with the Hart and Ogilvie Rivers join the Bonnet Plume, Snake and Wind Rivers from the Eastern part of the Territory to form the Peel river which eventually joins the McKenzie River to flow to the Arctic Ocean. This area is slightly below the Arctic Circle
1/18 @f10 ISO 100 Fuji S5Pro with Nikon 17-55 @ 22mm


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Played with photography since early High School. Since moving to the Yukon in 1997 I have become much more involved and am now comfortable in Photoshop although there is always more to learn. The Yukon is a great canvas and would recommend it for most everyone’s Bucket List

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Comments

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppalmost 2 years ago

    WONDERFUL capture Dick

  • Mark Batten-O'Donohoe
    Mark Batten-O'...almost 2 years ago

  • Rene Hales
    Rene Halesalmost 2 years ago

  • terezadelpilar~ art & architecture
    terezadelpilar...almost 2 years ago

    your work are paintings!! wow, fantastic!!

  • Many thanks for your comments on my photos. Coming rom you, with your “resume and portfolio”, is impressive.

    – Yukondick

  • Linda Bianic
    Linda Bianicalmost 2 years ago

    Stunning!!

  • anchorsofhope
    anchorsofhopeover 1 year ago

    so beautiful

  • Many thanks for your great comments

    – Yukondick

  • vigor
    vigorover 1 year ago

    So beautiful, love all the colors!

  • You have been busy looking at The Yukon – glad you like my place

    – Yukondick

  • vigor
    vigorover 1 year ago

    Love your area, it’s one I will probably ever see in person.

  • It is a fantastic area. We moved here 17 ywars ago for 5 years and have no plans to leave. It is not only photographically rich [do yourself a favour and check out http://www.fritzmueller.com/ only one of many professionals in our area of 35,000 people], but it is also rich in history – the Great Klondike Gold Rush [Jack London’s Call of the Wild and White Fang]. Like Alaska is to Americans, The Yukon is on most Canadian’s “Bucket List”. It is also wildly popular with Germans and there is a weekly direct flight fro Frankfort to Whitehorse.

    – Yukondick

  • João Figueiredo
    João Figueiredoover 1 year ago

    Congratulations!!

    You have just been featured on Northern Landscape group!

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  • JohnDSmith
    JohnDSmithover 1 year ago

    Wow !,……What a beautiful place,….Captured just perfectly,….

  • Thanks John. I do live in a beautiful part of the world and the Dempster is probably the most striking especially in Fall [about 2 weeks around Sept 1]

    – Yukondick

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