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    Jonathan…nice shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Huyer View Post
    Vermilion Lakes Sunrise
    Canon 5D3, 180 second exposure at f/11, ISO 100 (using Lee Big-Stopper 10 ND)
    That is a beauty. Good choice of shutter speed.

    I am surprised you have any open water up there. We still have not seen open water even on the rivers. It has been real warm this last week (highs in the 40's F), but the ice hasn't broken up yet.

    Water is nice for those great reflections. That one is begging to be printed.
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    Thanks! The sunrise was quite spectacular that day and I enjoy using the Big Stopper every now and then just to see what might happen. I was especially pleased because I had a photographer friend from Missouri visiting and I wanted to show him a good spot for sunrises. Needless to say he was quite blown away by the show. This lake always has a couple patches of open water throughout the winter due to a natural warm spring in the area, which percolates to the surface. And it's sheltered enough that the water is usually calm even when it's a bit windy out. Really it's one of the best photography spots I've ever seen and it's only 30 minutes from my door. In other words, totally an unfair advantage . I'll post some other pictures from Jasper National Park in a separate thread. If any of you are thinking of doing a trip in my area, I can definitely point you in some directions for photo ops!

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    Spotted Salamanders are really moving right now. I took my Eos M out with a flash to get a couple quick documentation photos and this one turned out okay.

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    Symmetry

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    Thanks for all of the quality entries! I really like a good landscape image and Jonathan Huyer's image is spectacular! Great image! Congrats Jonathan.

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    Great choice Dave . Jonathans shot was spectacular . congrats !
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    Wow thanks ---- my vote would have gone to David Ware's portrait photo but I appreciate it very much. Like I said before I feel like I have a ridiculous unfair advantage living out here in this beautiful landscape. But I definitely get heaps of inspiration from all the fine shots I see on this forum. Thanks again.

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    Congratulations Jonathan.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Huyer View Post
    Wow thanks ---- my vote would have gone to David Ware's portrait photo but I appreciate it very much.

    I am not sure which I would have selected, but, agreed, that was a great shot by David....

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    Nice work as usual! Congrats

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