Kootney Morning Pic's

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  1. John E.

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    Woke up very early in the morning to take these pictures, had to be on location before the sun came up.

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    Thanks for stopping by,

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    beautiful I need to live near a lake!
     
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    Wow, these are really nice. They are very soft and serene photos. I like them a lot.
     
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    The lake water is so calm.....very great pics!
     
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    very nice work.
     
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    great organic lines, and holy cow that water is glassy
     
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    Is the first a little tilted? By only maybe one degree to the left? Or are my eyes going to fail me any time soon now?

    My favourite is the middle picture - I really like the diagonal line created by that deck/pier and the vertical line of the post. There's some more going on in these overall very serene photos, but only so much that it holds the attention (my attention) longer, and surely not too much ... the middle photo is far from being "busy", too, which is good. (I feel I don't express myself ...)
     
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    Thank you for the replies everyone :)

    oldnavy170 and newrmdmike as soon as the sun crested the mountains the winds picked up, which is often the case.

    Lofoto it is touch off. I understand what you mean:wink:
     
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    nice shots john, love the softness of the water... :thumbup:
     
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    what a beautiful spot. nice series
     
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    wow, something like that is worth getting up early for. Nice job
     
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    Thanks all, appreaciate the replies.

    Had to leave my home at 3:00am to get there before 4:30am, yet it was worth getting up for. The world is so still and peaceful that early, I quite enjoy it.
     

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