Devil’s Path 25.15 Miles

Devil’s Path 25.15 Miles

I did the devil’s path last weekend. The weather forecast was rain, thunderstorm, cloudy, and basically very nasty weather. What we got was this. There was this fog or mist inside the forest. When the morning sunlight beams down, it created this very beautiful landscape. We could see the morning sunlight because of the mist or the tiny droplets of water in the air. The sunlight would shine through the cracks on the barks and leaves of the trees. It was very beautiful. I did not bring my big camera because this hike is considered one of the toughest in the Eastern part of the USA. I couldn’t capture the beauty of it completely with my camera.

While I was in Lightroom, I tried to sharpen the leaves, trees, and the ground. While I was sharpening them, it made the blurry pictures come alive. The sun’s rays became more yellow. I just went with it. The pictures looked great after sharpening them. It made the light more yellow though. In reality, it was whitish color. I think when the sunlight hits the camera, the colors get a little funky. Here is the album.

Without the sunlight, the landscape looks like this. It was still very beautiful in a strange, unique and not so ordinary kind of way.

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