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    Quote Originally Posted by M_Six View Post
    Three shot pano of Death Valley from Dante's View.
    Wow, Nice stuff here. I have never shot Pano, but this really motivates me to give it a try.
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    I love this thread!! Nice shots everyone!! I don't do very many landscape shots. There's not much to shoot around here and I can't remember the last time I took a vacation anywhere so I really love looking at these that other people took. I used to vacation quite often in the smokey mountains but it was before I had a dslr. Looking at your photos Pat makes me want to go back!

    Keep the beautiful photos coming!!

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    M_Six - Beautiful shot of Death Valley

    Denise - Thank you. I bet soon you'll be able to get some nice iced up lighthouse shots. I am kind of hoping to get some soon.
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    Very impressive M six.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve U View Post
    Very impressive M six.
    Thanks, but Mother Nature did all the work. Death Valley is stunning everywhere you look. Amazing place.

    Here's a link to the full image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob williams View Post
    Jonathan, very nice shot. DO you get a chance to visit this aea very often? Looks like a great place to really work.
    Thanks, Bob --- yes, I'm back and forth between Calgary and Banff all the time. So this area is my backyard, and I get lots of opportunities to go play. But photography is only one of the activities that I like to do outdoors. In the winter I'm cross-country skiing a lot, and in the summer I'm a mountain bike fanatic. If you ever come visit, let me know!

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    Happy New Year!
    Sunrise at Castle Mountain, Banff, this morning --- minus 20 degrees C (-4 F)!

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    Beautiful light on the mountain, Jonothan and I really like the mist, rising and disappearing.
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    Wow, Jonathan! Looks like something right out of a magazine! Ditto what Steve said regarding the light and mist!

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    Jonathan - Absolutly beautiful!
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