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Autumn Near Killington

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Vermont is one of the most spectacular states in the USA especially during Autumn.

This image was captured in the Autumn of 2020 near Killington, Vermont.
All images where shot on high level full frame Professional Canon camera's and lenses and edited on the ever updated software Photoshop and Lightroom.

This is High Resolution Image that can be easily enlarged without fear of grain or distortion resulting in crystal clear, sharp professional images to be displayed in your home or office.

In addition, all images that a purchased are sent to the lab as TIFF files and not JPEG.

Why? Because TIFF files are huge and contain higher dynamic range that JPEG files resulting in a sharper, crisper and clearer image.
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© Michael Walsh Pictures 2020
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6661x4441 / 39.0MB
Contained in galleries
Vermont / New Hampshire
TO PURCHASE: Simply click ADD TO CART for the numerous prints and products available and printed by top rated labs in the USA.<br />
<br />
Visa/MasterCard/Discover always welcome.<br />
<br />
Also please feel free to follow me on instagram at michaelwalshpictures and on facebook at Michael Walsh. Thanks !<br />
<br />
Vermont is one of the most spectacular states in the USA especially during Autumn.<br />
<br />
This image was captured in the Autumn of 2020 near Killington, Vermont.<br />
All images where shot on high level full frame Professional Canon camera's and lenses and edited on the ever updated software Photoshop and Lightroom.<br />
<br />
This is High Resolution Image that can be easily enlarged without fear of grain or distortion resulting in crystal clear, sharp professional images to be displayed in your home or office.<br />
<br />
In addition, all images that a purchased are sent to the lab as TIFF files and not JPEG.<br />
<br />
Why? Because TIFF files are huge and contain higher dynamic range that JPEG files resulting in a sharper, crisper and clearer image.