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EOS 60D | EF-S 10-22 @10 | 1/125s | f/9 | ISO 200 | Marumi CPL

Went on a photo walk in Yosemite. It was pretty basic and I already knew what was being taught so I went off shooting on my own. Caught this nice view of Half Dome in front of the meadow.
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EOS 60D | EF-S 10-22 @10 | 1s | f/11 | ISO 100 | Lee 0.9 HE GND

Taken from the same spot as (or a few feet away from)

Not completely sure how I feel about this one. But I thought I would post it and get opinions and see what others thought.
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Rocky Mountain
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Near Banff Alberta.
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After another Strange Weather day in Yosemite we ended the day at Tunnel View and Most every shot was Gray but as the Sun got closer to setting more and more of the Clouds burned off and Low clouds blew in and this was the View for about 5 minutes.

Love Interruption: [link]
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Sunset at Bright Angel Point along the north rim of the Grand Canyon. Re-processing some old shots. Enjoy!

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The Sierra Crest from the White Mountains, Inyo National Forest - California.
Cropped. Tone Curve. Saturation. Levels.
Velvia 50 E-6 Slide Film.

All images© Copyright by Benjamin Charles Mitchell
They may not be used in any way without written consent.
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Prato Piazza, National Park of Fanes Sennes and Braies, Dolomites

Canon 350d, 10-22mm @ 17mm, f.16, 1/25s, ISO 800, Tripod.


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My favorite mountain peaks, with some spring blooms of brittlebush and some fair lighting conditions. Multiple species of cacti compliment the landscape.

Superstition wilderness, Arizona.

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Capturing this photograph just down from the crest of the tallest sand dune in North America, Medano Pass looks like the perfect wind tunnel for the South-westerlies to flow through. While the wind escapes to the Northeast, the sand does not and falls to form these massive structures. A beautiful coverage of clouds creates wonderful shadows that move across the landscape without a sound.

All images are ©copyright Jacob Lynn Routzahn. You may not replicate, use, manipulate, modify, print, or any other form of editing to my work without my permission. All rights reserved.
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