Sand Harbor

Discussion in 'Landscape' started by egrimm, Jan 10, 2019.

  1. egrimm

    egrimm Well-Known Member

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    Decided to make the drive up to Sand Harbor while staying at the south shore of Lake Tahoe. Lots of fun rock formations in the water to photograph. Tahoe-2.jpg
     
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    Beautiful I love how clear the water is!
     
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    Eric, this is really cool. I really need to get up to Lake Tahoe again. I like the rocks laid out like that, and framing photos with branches doesn't always work, but it works here.
     
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    Very nice - I do like the in focus framing with the pines.
     
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    That is one clear lake, this is a very nice image.
     
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    Thanks Jim. I wouldn't normally keep the branches in a photo but thought it might work in this case.
     
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    Nice image! The foreground rocks (both above and below the water!) really make it work, and the low clouds over the mountains in the far distance add that extra amount of mystery to the scene.

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