Kenosha Pass in Fall by Zara Otaifah

With no doubts my favorite season of the year is Autumn(Fall) one of the best reasons that I like where I live is the peak of fall colors that I get to enjoy every year in Octoer. I took this picture during my road trip up to Crested Butte. usually the driving time is 4 hrs and 30 min but with my stops was total of 6 hrs and a half. not even a single stop was for rest or food. all were for taking pictures of the great passes on the road like this one of Kenosha Pass.

Nikon D750 | ISO 500 | Exposure f/5 @ 1/3200sec | Focal Length 15mm | -1/3 EV

Award Winner
Photo of the Day

Award Date
June 14, 2021



Value 14
Clarity 13
Composition 18
Style 13
Skill 11

Award Category
Nature Photography

Photograph Location
Colorado, the United States

Zara Otaifah is a local photographer based in Denver, Colorado. United States. She has been Photographing Portraits and event photography for 5 years now. She has passion for all kind of photography. Travel and landscape and other type of photography like Architecture and food photography. She worked as an Artist/Mentor in Picture Me Here, in 2017. She produced her first storytelling project ” Autism Mom Behind The Camera ” and other photography projects like ” Dear Younger Me Here” both were exhibited in Colorado Photographic Art Center, RedLind Gallery, the Rocky Mountains College of Art and design and Wolverine Farm Venue in Fort Collins and lately in the grant makers and funders of the Art at the Lighthouse Writers Workshop in Denver. She also exhibited her photographs at RMIAN Immigrant Liberty Awards Nights. In that same year she was part of the Denver Month of Photography had one of her pieces presented by The Big Picture Gallery. The most expensive key gear she claims to be using in her work was and has been “PASSION” and “PASSION ONLY”.

Current Location
Colorado, United States



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José J. Rivera-Negrón
José J. Rivera-Negrón
1 year ago

the rays of light of the sun looks great> how did you do that?