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Old Jul 4, 2012, 10:12 PM   #1
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Default A trip to the Rockies

Every year, after the school year (and if possible, hours after it!), we are trying to go on vacation somewhere in order to "break" the everyday routine (especially for my wife as she is a teacher).

This year, like often, we ended up in the Banff National Park, Canada (more precisely, just at the door of the Park's entrance).

There is a couple of shot taken at that time. I hope you will enjoy (all of them with the OM-D EM-5)

Bring on the Sun:


Wounded:



Les trois soeurs (the Three Sisters):


Faking to be blueberries:


Green overkill:


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Image #1: 40-150mm @ 49mm, f4.2, 1/100, 320 ISO
Image #2: 12-50mm @ 32mm, f5.6, 1/160, 400 ISO
Image #3: 40-150mm @ 70mm, f4.6, 1/125, 800 ISO
Image #4: 12-50mm @ 43mm (Macro), f6, 1/125, 400 ISO
Image #5: 12-50mm @ 24mm, f5.6, 1/400, 200 ISO
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Old Jul 4, 2012, 11:51 PM   #2
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Beautiful! Awesome place.
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Well done!!
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Those are all AWESOME! I especially like #3 and #5. Well done!
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I really like the last one. I'm a big fan of vivid colors, and the last one has the right amount of saturation without seeming unnatural. The first two look a little oversaturated on my monitor. Just my opinion.
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Beautiful! Awesome place.
Dittos! Good job folob.
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Thanks all!

I have a few more and I will post them later this week-end.

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