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Most excellent! I prefer this in color, and this composition is great with the diagonal line of rocks leading back into the mountains.
Nice view. I might try an even tighter crop in from the right.
That would be a sunset I'd be torn between setting up a time-lapse (although to do it right you have to set-up before it gets good) and going nuts...
Nice work. The reflexion is very abstract.
Where's the unicorn in that shot Jim?
Picture Lake & Mt. Shuksan, perhaps the 2nd most photographed reflection in WA after Reflection...
Nice shot. Have you done many pixel shift shots? I’d like to see more real world examples and hear what you think about it.
Sweet shot. Did you get any good shots closer to the ball?
Excellent work. Crop for me.
I agree with pepper, this calls out for HDR/masking with an underexposed sky.
Ditto Alan's comments. Great shot!
Nice. I really like the shadow lines across the water intersecting with the reflections.
Thanks for the comments guys.
I drove over to the east side of the lake to catch sunset with the drone a couple days ago.
DJI MP2, RAW Pano stitched in ACR
41mm for me too. I’d like to see an even tighter composition (55mm?) loosing the tree on the left to put even more emphasis on the mountains.
I know what you mean Jim. I've long debated the merits of photography, esp. in climbing where it can be a distraction. During most of my college...
Nice. Great place to camp. Are there any good trails leading up this valley to hike or bike?
Good on ya sleeping out in those temps (no shell or tent?), it was worth it. I like #4
Nice work, I agree with Alan that B&W works very well with this.