Neil Ellis Photos: The Wilds Of Shenandoah National Park


Neil writes

This perspective on the early spring pastel colors of the budding oaks in the wilds of Shenandoah National Park contrasting with darker evergreens can be obtained only during  a brief period in early spring.

The telephoto lens flattens the perspective and simplifies the picture to a study of form, texture and color.

Neil Ellis Photos: Neil is great friend who plays a respectable round of golf, identifies unseen birds by their calls, completes the New York Times Friday Crossword in ink, and snaps a heck of a photo. His photos are featured here at and can be found collected at Neil Ellis Photos.

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