Belmar Park in Lakewood, Colorado. It is sort of a hidden little gem that only the locals know about & is usually a great place for wildlife photography however this time I was concentrating on landscapes. I was waiting for just after sunrise and hoping that the light would cast a really nice saturated colorful glow on the tree tops and it paid off. It was simply stunning to watch this happen and how it even showed nicely in the reflections. Good stuff!
exceptional ..it reminds me of my early film days shooting (ASA ) ISO 6 Photomicography Ektachrome Transparency Film in daylight..it was an old E3 process film and still around until the late 80's as by then all Ektachrome was running E6 process and only a few labs in the nation were still doing E4 for color infrared transparency..only a few die hards could still do E3 by 1988 but it was vibrant color akin to your image...and sharp crisp..like a good 24 megapixel camera would be nowadays