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The 2012 landscape calendar is now available. Check it out!

Wish all autumn was like this: bright, and sunny :)

Location: Seawall, Stanley Park, Vancouver, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Equipment: Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16mm + Tiffen Polarizer
Technique: Photomatix Pro 4.1 and Photoshop CS5 from 3 x RAWs shot in 1.5 EV intervals.
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Turbulent by IvanAndreevich
Reunion by IvanAndreevich Tangolunda Bay by IvanAndreevich
Reaching Out by IvanAndreevich Between by IvanAndreevich Whisper by IvanAndreevich
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1666/100000 second
Focal Length
11 mm
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Date Taken
Oct 25, 2011, 8:23:28 AM
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:star::star::star::star::star-half: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star: Vision
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star: Impact

Having only just stumbled upon this particular photograph in your gallery I fell head first in love with it, If your gallery were a storybook this truly would be toward the end when the weary traveler makes his way back to the city. I love the fact it seems as if your worlds are colliding, the nature we know and love you for is reflected in the leaves the rocks and the ocean, whilst something different, being the city is a forceful beast in the background. The use of HDR in this image is beautifully done, not to much, and not to little, It really is a feast for the eyes, whether your longingly looking at the path wandering where it leads, admiring the detail in the leaves, starring in ore at the city or foaming from the mouth at the detail in the sky. Usually i'd give you the positives along with the negatives, but for this I honestly have nothing. Fantastic work, you certainly give us a standard of photograph to work towards with our own.