The great thing about using a camera with an Electronic View Finder (EVF) is that what you see, is pretty much what you get.
This bleached out picture isn’t the result of a lot of post-processing, it is the picture I wanted to capture when I saw the mass of debris at the side of the trail.
I did increase the contrast and darken the blacks a bit in post, but I think I could have easily fixed that in the camera if I’d taken the time to fiddle with some of the settings.
The lower ground alongside the creek took quite a beating during the recent rain and this area must have looked very impressive when Woods Fork flooded — it would have been at least a quarter mile wide when it was fully running.
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