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    A single exposure, where I panned my telephoto lens up and down, creates a moody image of pine trees that line the Athabasca River, in Jasper National Park. I have seen these trees covered in frost, new snow, soaked in heavy rains, dried out after a long dry summer and covered in the dew of a cool spring morning. Year after year I love to photograph new life in the mountains in the Spring. This year is no different.
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    This image reads like a poem for me. Tumultuous at some points serene at others.

    Erika Larsen
    National Geographic Photographer
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    Date Uploaded: Apr 24, 2015
    Location: Jasper, Alberta, Canada
    Copyright: © J. Lewis
    Categories: Abstract, Landscapes, Nature
    Assignments: Tree of Life