Colorado Aspen

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Colorado Aspen: The aspen leaves in the mountains not too far from Idaho Springs, CO. September 18, 2010. The trees turned a week or so early this year because the summer was especially dry towards the end. They say the trees will finish turning early as well.
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Colorado Aspen: The aspen leaves in the mountains not too far from Idaho Springs, CO. September 18, 2010. The trees turned a week or so early this year because the summer was especially dry towards the end. They say the trees will finish turning early as well.

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Dimensions: 3968px * 2232px
Published: September - 21 - 2010
Camera: Nikon
Date: 2010:09:18 15:43:25
Aperture:f/3.5
Exposure: 10/2888
Focal length: 50/10
ISO: 80
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Colorado Aspen: The aspen leaves in the mountains not too far from Idaho Springs, CO. September 18, 2010. The trees turned a week or so early this year because the summer was especially dry towards the end. They say the trees will finish turning early as well. Colorado Aspen: The aspen leaves in the mountains not too far from Idaho Springs, CO. September 18, 2010. The trees turned a week or so early this year because the summer was especially dry towards the end. They say the trees will finish turning early as well. Colorado Aspen: The aspen leaves in the mountains not too far from Idaho Springs, CO. September 18, 2010. The trees turned a week or so early this year because the summer was especially dry towards the end. They say the trees will finish turning early as well. Colorado Aspen: The aspen leaves in the mountains not too far from Idaho Springs, CO. September 18, 2010. The trees turned a week or so early this year because the summer was especially dry towards the end. They say the trees will finish turning early as well. 300px //m.rgbimg.com/users/c/co/columbine/600/mCGIu0c.jpg 600px //m.rgbimg.com/users/c/co/columbine/600/mCGIu0c.jpg 100px