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A couple of angles; sunrise at Swiftcurrent Lake

 
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Aug 19, 2016 01:25 |  #1

Sun up behind us:

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And, a great reminder to look behind you when things are less colorful than you may desire:

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Aug 19, 2016 14:40 |  #2

i really like the reflection in the first one. I like the water in the second one hot the sun is so over powering .


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Aug 19, 2016 16:08 |  #3

flyfisher wrote in post #18100152 (external link)
i really like the reflection in the first one. I like the water in ash second one hut the sun is so over powering .

Thanks, Steve!


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Aug 24, 2016 11:43 |  #4

I like the second shot a lot. The motion and lighting are really nice. Good work!


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Canon_Lover wrote in post #18104700 (external link)
I like the second shot a lot. The motion and lighting are really nice. Good work!

Quite a compliment from you; thank you!


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Aug 25, 2016 20:53 |  #6

I like the first one most. The lake looks very calm.


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Aug 25, 2016 21:34 |  #7

aiklk wrote in post #18106479 (external link)
I like the first one most. The lake looks very calm.

Thanks for looking! :) It was extraordinarily calm


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