Morning on Lake Estes pt 2 (56k warning!)

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  1. kkart

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    A continuation from http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=61881 Just figured I would split the images up :) Makes it easiesr when viewing them. Now, IF you look REAL close in #4 along the shoreline in the center.....those are Bull Elk. They were wayyyyy oitta my range. My longest lens is a 300mm and I did try, but no go. But just a FYI. Also, the first 3 shots, in the distance you will see a white building, that is THEE Stanley Hotel, the place where the movie "The Shining" was filmed at.

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    I like 1 and 4, especially 1's composition.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh yes, I like 1 best of the first three.
    Four is special in its own manner, with the almost mirror reflection and the info you gave us on who we see on the other side of the lake.
    And five is also quite pleasing but not all free from camera shake, I think (plus that was taken at a high ISO?)
     
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    Thanks! 5? Ya I messed up on that shot and forgot to turn off the Anti-Shake when it was on the tripod along with switching my f-stop grrr. Nope, not high 100, 1 1/2 sec at iso 100 , at ...sigh...f 3.5...could stepped down to f11 prolly easily. I am debating on taking the lights out, wouldn't look shakey then
     

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