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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    Dave - That is a really neat shot... it is has a real 3D look to it.
    Yep...A real cool shot
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    I set the alarm for 5:00 this morning to catch the sunrise on the Icefields Parkway in Banff. It was well worth it!

    Sunrise at Herbert Pond: Canon 5D2, 24 mm TS-E, 5-stop solid ND, 13 sec @ f/16, ISO 100


    Heading north from the pond, I saw this sight in my rear-view mirror and figured it just might be worth pulling over for:

    Canon 1D3, 70-200 mm f/2.8L II, polarizer, 0.3 sec @ f/11, ISO 100


    By 9:00 am, traffic was starting to stream onto the road and I made my escape. But I made a stop at my favourite Osprey nest, and found one of the parents in a tree, getting ready to fly south again.

    Canon 1DX, 500 mm f/4 II, 1.4 TC, 1/500 sec @ f/5.6, ISO 100

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    I got to play a little at micro soccer today. Most of the time he was dancing or laughing, but I did catch this one.


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    Wow, Jonathan!! I can look at those shots over and over! It would be a life's dream to have the opportunity to go there! So beautiful and your photos are stunning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddt0725 View Post
    Wow, Jonathan!! I can look at those shots over and over! It would be a life's dream to have the opportunity to go there! So beautiful and your photos are stunning!
    +1.....#2 is stunning

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    Jonathan:

    They are all great. I especially like the first... with water, reflections, and I always like how the rising sun strikes the mountain peaks. Well thought out and executed. It looks like you went with a plan and an image in your mind, and nature cooperated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker72 View Post
    +1.....#2 is stunning
    +2 - #2 is my favorite too. Looks like a very beautiful area. Wouldn't mind going for a drive on that road.

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    It was suppose to rain this morning, so I desided to sleep in for a change. However, my wife desided to get up at 5:00 AM (which doesn't happen very often), and she woke me up think it would be good to go get a shot of some lighthouses. So I reluctantly got up, thinking it was going to be cloudy and rainy. I am sure glad I listened to her. The sky was clear except to the northwest there looked like the were so nice clouds forming over Lake Michigan - so we decided to head north to Little Sable Point Lighthouse to see if the rising sun would light up the clouds. And it did.

    This was the view as I was walking towards the lighthouse:


    Little Sable Point Lighthouse-9518 by westmichigan, on Flickr

    Then as I got over the dune to see Lake Michigan. There was a storm out over the lake heading my way:


    Little Sable Point Lighthouse-9551 by westmichigan, on Flickr

    Then a Rainbow formed at the norther edge of the rain that was falling under the cloud:


    Little Sable Point Lighthouse-Sunrise with Rainbow-9568 by westmichigan, on Flickr


    Lake Michigan - Incoming Storm with Rainbow-9577 by westmichigan, on Flickr

    So I got the Sigma wide angle out and managed to get the lighthouse, reflection of the light, Lake Michigan, an incoming storm, and a rainbow all in one shot:


    Little Sable Point Lighthouse with Rainbow-9615 by westmichigan, on Flickr

    What a great morning, and I managed to get back home in time to eat a nice breakfast. I am sure glad I did not roll over and go back to sleep.
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    Beautiful series Pat.
    Spectacular Jonathan.
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    Brisbane City of Light festival. A two week laser light show tha culminates with Riverfire a spectacular fireworks display.
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    Brisbane's City of Lights Festival by Steve's Life, on Flickr[/img]

    Thanks for viewing.
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