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Old Jul 9, 2014, 5:45 PM   #1
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Default Mt Rundle and Vermillion Lake, Banff National Park

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Old Jul 9, 2014, 6:15 PM   #2
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Absolutely lovely. A striking landscape captured with the added bonus of the water surface being mirror smooth, allowing a great reflection adding to the overall pleasing scene.
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Nice PP Fred. Did you do something to make it look kind of like an old postcard? Whatever you did/didn't do, I like it.
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What a beautiful place to be. The pieces all came together on that one, even the crystal clear, still water.
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.....hey Fred, I will just go along with what Greg said, "What a beautiful place to be. The pieces all came together on that one, even the crystal clear, still water."
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Many thanks
Steven, chiPersei, Greg and Bob for the nice comments

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Nice PP Fred. Did you do something to make it look kind of like an old postcard? Whatever you did/didn't do, I like it.
The jpg was shot at 1:00 pm in harsh sun light
I boosted the Saturation a bit and warmed the colors with Elements 8.
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Old Jul 10, 2014, 4:35 PM   #7
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Definitely Post Card material. Very nice.
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