Announcing my new Sentinel Series of five photographs taken from the same location throughout the seasons. Quaking aspens are my favorite trees and when this grove caught my eye I became intrigued with them. These are all panoramic vertical images in 2:1 or 5:2 ratio. This location is near our cabin in the Uinta Mountains, outside of Oakley, Utah. We love spending time there when we can and of course I always have to find some scene to photograph! Here is a video of the location and how I photographed this scene through the seasons.
Fine Art Nature Photography Blog: The Sentinel Series | Amazing Trees
The Uinta Mountains (/juːˈɪntə/ yoo-IN-tə) are an east-west trending chain of mountains in northeastern Utah extending slightly into southern Wyoming in the United States. As a subrange of the Rocky Mountains, they are unusual for being the highest range in the contiguous United States running east to west, and lie approximately 100 miles (160 km) east of Salt Lake City. The range has peaks ranging from 11,000–13,528 feet (3,353–4,123 m), with the highest point being Kings Peak, also the highest point in Utah. The Mirror Lake Highway crosses the western half of the Uintas on its way to Wyoming.