Mt. Shuksan & Frozen Tarn at Sunrise

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    It was a cold morning at Artist Point that put a nice skin of ice on the tarns, leaving just enough water for a reflexion.
     
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    The ice on the tarn is really a nice touch for the reflections and adds some interesting textures to the cloud reflections.
     
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    Almost looks like a signature on the ice! Very tranquil.
     
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    Hey Jim, love this perspective and the ice is super cool. My first impression though was that the ground was too dark with the shadows a bit muddy and losing detail. Perhaps brighten up the ground a bit more? I don't think it has to be a lot, and maybe it's just the shadows as the lighting in the tarn itself, the reflection looks pretty good.
     
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    Thanks for the comments everyone. Yes, the ground is dark Jim (as it was that morning). I brushed quite a bit of light into it in ACR, but wanted to let the edges stay dark because it was muddy with footprints in it.
     
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