I think this photograph comes as close as I've ever achieved in capturing the essence of autumn. It is actually a double exposure that I originally created from film originals in a traditional darkroom, and now create digitally. Both original photographs were taken in Michigan: one is of Sugar Maple trunks and leaves against a dark background; while the other is of scarlet Blueberry leaves against light gray Reindeer Lichens (which look almost like snow and help to unify the scene).
Each original photograph is beautiful on its own, but together they have a mystical synergy. Autumn is my favorite season for landscape photography because the details are so rich and the time so fleeting; this photograph represents that ephemeral time better than any I've taken.
The edition is 450, of which numbers 100 through 199 are designated for the Printed Art edition.
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