Finsch Peak

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  1. Ben Egbert

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    This is my view from Two Medicine Lake in Glacier NP. We arrived mid morning after a shoot up at Many Glaciers. It was windy so I did not include much of the lake.

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    I think the only time I have seen smooth water at Two Medicine was in someone else's photograph. Most of my visits have looked like yours here. I like the paddler out in the water and the lazy clouds behind the peaks.
     
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    This is very cool Ben! I think you choose just the right amount of water for this. The light on the peak is great too, it has some shadows to allow for relief and depth.
     
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    Thanks Alan, I could see why this place would be pretty photogenic on a still morning with some good clouds.

    Thanks Jim. I had originally passed over this image thinking it was not very good, but with a lot of cropping, I think it came out acceptable.
     
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    i like the tight framing on this. between the tight framing and the trees at the bottom it makes the mountains seem massive in scale.
     
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