Few shots from my drive to Montana

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  1. Reece Man

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    Swan Mountain Range and a river along highway 135.

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    Photobucket seems to compress my images and make them look darker than they really are. Imagine these but bumped up like half a stop.
     
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    Very nice photos there. I like #2 the best because of the leading line of the road which gives the photo a lot of character and interest.
     
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    I agree, #2 is the most interesting composition because of the road leading the viewer into the scene.

    I like the scenery, it reminds me of Kananaskis country, up on this side of the border.
     
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    The blue of the sky in #2 and #3 looks too saturated.
    Pity that the sky is burnt out in the last two shots... You should try an exposure blending from bracketed images to have a well-exposed photo.
    Nice sceneries though :)
     
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    I wish you would give us a lens and camera settings when posting pic, but they look great
     
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    beautiful pics. the focal point of # 1 is wisely not centered, # 2 utilizes the s-curve effect of the road and the last one uses the water to lead over to the mountain side. It is a really good.
     
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    I really like the second shot. Great work!
     
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    I love 1,2,3 and 4! They look great, it looks like a very nice place.
     
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    Love #2.
     
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    Thanks for the compliments guys! I was pretty bummed that I couldn't fix the sky in the last two in PP.
     
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    just create a new sky!
    or take an image of a sky and paint it in.
     

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