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While I was processing this photo of the Blue Hills I decided to process the same photo several times with a different approach each time.

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We recently drove through the Blue Hills. The Blue Hills are located east of Rice Lake, Wisconsin. We usually drive over to the Blue Hills Ski area and take one of the dirt roads that wander through the Blue Hills and enjoy the fall colors.

More photos from the Blue Hills can be found on my website.

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I’ve compiled a list of my favorite fall photography destinations. The links go to additional photos on my website.

Blue Hills – Drive through the back roads of the Blue Hills east of Rice Lake and you will find beautiful fall colors.

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Blue Hills

Crex Meadows – In October and November you will find thousands of migrating Sandhill Cranes.

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Sandhill Cranes

Devils Lake State Park – Beautiful fall colors.

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Devil’s Lake State Park

Gibraltar Rock – Overlooks the Wisconsin River valley.

Gibraltar Rock

Gibraltar Rock

Gile Flowage – An often overlooked gem. The fall colors turn in the Hurley area early.

Gile Flowage Sunrise

Gile Flowage Sunrise

Parfreys Glen – A beautiful walk up a small stream through giant boulders.

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Parfrey’s Glen

Pewits Nest -The best of the Wisconsin State Natural Areas.

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Pewit’s Nest

Our last fall trip started out in the Blue Hills just east of Rice Lake, Wisconsin. I had visited the area once before capturing an award winning reflection photograph. The fall colors were nearing their peak as we wandered through the Blue Hills. There are a lot of roads and it would be easy to get lost. Once again a reflection shot was my favorite.

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