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Old Dec 4, 2007, 11:26 PM   #1
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Old Dec 5, 2007, 1:10 AM   #2
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Very strong composition reinforced not only by the rule of the thirds but alsoa sense of perspective andbalance of masses

With a path leading your imagination further, I wouldn't call it a shot but a photograph : )
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Thanks for the compliment.

Yesterday when I took this, I was on my way to work with my camera gear in the truck but instead of going to work I decided to take what ended up being 3 hours of pure enjoyment looking for just the right landscape to work with.

These are usually the best hours spent in any busy day !

Here is one more photograph of the Canadian rockies, just 30 minutes east of Banff National Park, Alberta.

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Old Dec 6, 2007, 4:04 AM   #4
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Really nice landscapes.........................musket
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Old Dec 6, 2007, 5:26 AM   #5
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....I was on my way to work with my camera gear in the truck but instead of going to work I decided to take what ended up being 3 hours of pure enjoyment looking for just the right landscape to work with.

These are usually the best hours spent in any busy day !
Ah, again we see nothing's by chance, dear mateSo far I heve never regretted doing so! I assure you thesecould bethe times for one'sbest shots, I mean the times when you actually sacrifice sth else in favour of shooting:!:

As for the second picture, a worty addition indeed, proclaiming the style you have!

I'd only suggest a little highlight recovery for the tree topsof the 'white' trees in the'nearest' foreground for better definition, whichI triedfor myself and liked : )
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Inspiring shots spy! Nice to see the Rockies from your side of the country....cheers..Don
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Old Dec 7, 2007, 3:46 PM   #7
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I think your correct in regards to the highlight recovery. Thanks for the input and thanks for the other comments.

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Fantastic composed shots, i also have the 17-85 and find it to be a very good lens
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spy wrote:
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Thanks for the compliment.

Yesterday when I took this, I was on my way to work with my camera gear in the truck but instead of going to work I decided to take what ended up being 3 hours of pure enjoyment looking for just the right landscape to work with.

These are usually the best hours spent in any busy day !

Here is one more photograph of the Canadian rockies, just 30 minutes east of Banff National Park, Alberta.

Cheers!
This is one fantastic picture. Great double diagonal. Everything about it. Alberta - didnĀ“t mister Dylan write a song with that name

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Old Dec 11, 2007, 1:04 AM   #10
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Both good shots, the first one really stands out.
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