Camping in the Rockies

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  1. robert4818

    robert4818 TPF Noob!

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    I just got done doing a camping trip out in Buena Vista Colorado. I decided to share a few shots with you all.

    1. Great Mountain shot, Left the open blue on purpose.
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    2. Wild Flowers
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    3. Meg on the Arkansas River
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    4. Time Laps of the Rapids (Arkansas River)
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    5. House and Mountain at Sunset.
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    6. Rainfall at sunset
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    7. Clear Creek Reservoir and Canyon
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    8. Cloud Shadows
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    9. Denny Creek
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    10. The view from Mt. Yale above the Tree Line
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    What do you all Think?
     
  2. AverageJoe

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    Looks like a fun trip.
     
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    Looks lovely. You should invest in a good polariser, would make a huge difference to the shots.
     
  4. robert4818

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    Thanks. I actually have one, but at the time I wasn't thinking too much. These shots were either taken while hiking or while on a drive. I ended up forgetting about the filters until after the fact :x
     
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    love #9, and I really like #3 - could have a lot of emotion in that shot, but it's a little distracting having her right in the middle of the shot. just my opinion of course
     

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