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Once during field-work, high in Albanian mountains, I experienced the most saturated autumn foliage colors ever. The weather was 'bad'. The working team decided to chat and drink tea in a remote guard cottage in the middle of nowhere. It drizzled and the mountain was in clouds and fog. However, the cloudes above us were not thick and this created an intense diffuse light which gave incredibly saturated colors to wet autumn foliage. I left the cottage and fell in a miraculous color world which I will never forget.

The slide is nearly ideally exposed. So, all what was done digitally in Corel PhotoPaint is slight cropping, resampling to 800pix width, and sharpening by unsharp mask 54%, 2 radius. JPEG level 70.

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