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    Senior Member conropl's Avatar
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    w349 - Nice landscape... it looks like you have figured it out.

    freelanceshots - Another great pano. It has been a while since I have seen one of yours.

    I am up in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to drop off my daughter to school... so I took some time to catch the sunrise up here.


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    Nice series Pat, number 2 is my favourite love those muted bluey lilac tones and the red house glows nicely. There is also detail in the trees which is a big plus.
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    I moved and started a new job so time has been limited. A lot of my own personal photography has been put on hold.
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    Beautifull series Pat Well done. #2 is my favourite
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    Thanks Steve and Wally.
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    Couldn't get a good sunrise this morning because of the clouds, but we found a little water fall trickling into Lake Superior to get some shots that weren't to bad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    Couldn't get a good sunrise this morning because of the clouds, but we found a little water fall trickling into Lake Superior to get some shots that weren't to bad
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    that first one is composed great...now you just need to go back when there is a good sunrise and that shot will really be excellent. Is that Pictured rocks?

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    Pat...both sets on this page are great. My favorites would be 2 & 4 from the first set and #1 from the second set.

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    Thank you Nick and Brant.

    Quote Originally Posted by nvitalephotography View Post
    ...now you just need to go back when there is a good sunrise and that shot will really be excellent. Is that Pictured rocks?
    I agree with that. A good sunrise would have been perfect. I got there before sunrise, and it was starting to look like the clouds might break up enough to let some color through, but then it went grey until the sun was to high and bright. Maybe tomorrow

    Yes, that is Pictured Rocks National Park. What a great place, but it is going to be much better this fall when I come up... when I will have more time & there will not be any people around. Right now there are people everywhere, except early in the morning... in the morning you have the place to yourself until about 9:00 or 10:00 AM.
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    This is my first attempt at a Pano with my 500mm.
    This is Yellowstone Lake, a rain had just past and the light broke through the clouds and lit the far shore up.

    Yellowstone Lake (1 of 1) by hdnitehawk01, on Flickr

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