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Garibaldi Lake is located in Garibaldi Provincial Park - West coast of Beautiful British Columbia :) Other shots from the same day: [link] and [link]
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Garibaldi Lake in mid-October, Beautiful British Columbia. Not so brilliantly blue anymore (as in September) due to the lower sun, but certainly interesting with the fresh snow around. Download is 1920x1200.
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I think this a pretty unique perspective on the Garibaldi Lake. Check out the tiny people enjoying lunch at the boat launch or just having a nap there.

Location: Garibaldi Lake, Beautiful British Columbia.
Equipment: Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16mm @ 16mm.
Technique: Panorama from 3 vertical shots [][][] stitched together in PTGui 9, and processed with Photomatix Pro 4.0 and Photoshop CS5.
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Also from Garibaldi Lake -



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Elfin Lakes, Beautiful British Columbia. This is the western lake - designated for swimming :)

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This is a panorama from 3 vertical shots taken with a D90 + 18-105 VR, and a polarizer.

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The (not nearly enough) famous Battleship Islands at Garibaldi Lake, Beautiful British Columbia!

If you look at it right, and squint just enough, the trees and the reflection are supposed to look like a battleship. Check out another shot from the same location - Purity :)

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Download includes up to 2560x1600, 2560x1440, and 1920x1440. I've also included the new 2160p resolution, which is 38402160. Hopefully we have monitors like that soon enough!

A slightly different take on Duffey Lake - [link]

This is a panorama, stitched together from 3 vertical photos.

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Jan 1, the beginning of a new year. Decent sunset to start, hopefully more beautiful ones to follow soon :)

Taken with Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16mm. Download includes 2560x1600, 2560x1440, and 1600x1200.

Richmond, BC. South arm of the Fraser river. The water had a bit of oil, as you can probably see. Somewhat unusual.

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According to the latest reports, Dr. Evil's latest lair is located somewhere in the scenic mountains of British Columbia. Solar panels to power his evil machinery are clearly visible. 3G signal is abound.

Our secret agent mumbled something about "f-ing lakes" before we lost contact, just as he finished transmitting this photo in 2560x1600 and lower resolutions. More info revealed here - [link] :)



I am entering this deviation into Sharing The Magic of Autumn contest at #Unframed-Nature
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Thompson River is the largest tributary of the Fraser River, flowing through the south-central portion of British Columbia, Canada. On the right, you can just see Highway 1.

I go rafting on it every summer :) It doesn't look like much from this far away, but the waves can get up to 2-3 meters tall, and flip big rafts like it's nothing.

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This shot is a part of the 2012 landscape calendar, which is now available! Go check it out :D

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One of my favorite vacation spots - Huatulco, Mexico! This is Tangolunda Bay, where I stayed. Sister shot in B&W, and another shot from the same location



Taken with Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16mm at around 6:40 am at sunrise. The sunstar effect is due to f/11, which was used instead of my usual f/8.

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