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Old Oct 31, 2009, 9:08 PM   #1
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Old Oct 31, 2009, 9:42 PM   #2
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Remarkable formation. Looks like caves inhabited by monks from the Far East, Also like the distorsion-free first picture. Well, lot's of places to visit. Thanks

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Remarkable formation. Looks like caves inhabited by monks from the Far East (know it isn't) Also like the distorsion-free first picture. Well, lot's of places to visit

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very nice.

love the color and contrast. circ polarizer on the 3rd one?
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Torgny: Thanks..it was a feast for the eyes! Yes, the formations look man made--amazing to think that they are natural.

Hards80: Thanks for your comments too. No polarizer in use. The 12-24 f/4 lens seems to provide a high degree of saturation all by itself. There were a few that I tried with a Cokin CP and found the saturation a bit overdone.
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brings back memories... i was there in May of '08, spent 3 days taking pictures like a madman... it's such a spectacular place, especially early in the morning, when the sun bounces around among the hoodoos and some of the limestone lights up almost as if it were illuminated from within... that last shot looks like it was taken from the Mossy Cave trail...
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brings back memories... i was there in May of '08, spent 3 days taking pictures like a madman... it's such a spectacular place, especially early in the morning, when the sun bounces around among the hoodoos and some of the limestone lights up almost as if it were illuminated from within... that last shot looks like it was taken from the Mossy Cave trail...
I know what you mean about getting shutter crazy in a place like this! The last shot was taken from the Navajo trail which I ended up hiking twice looking for a dropped lens cap which alas I never found
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