Glacier National Park

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  1. dinodan

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    Glacier National Park offers some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in the U.S. This shot was taken at Logan Pass on the Continental Divide. I believe that this formation is called the "Garden Wall". Shot many years ago on Ektachrome.


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    wow, dang so nice!
     
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    Is Ektachrome known for its blue hue?
    I find this photo has one.
    But it IS a breathtaking scene, all the same, no doubt about that.
     
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    Yes.
     
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    Thanks!

    I find that some of my old photos (especially Ektachrome) turn a bit blue from the digitizing / hosting process. The slide is less blue, as is a Cibachrome print that I had made of it years ago.

    I'll do a Kodachrome next...
     

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