Reflection in landscape orientation

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  1. ccd333

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    For those of you who didn't care for the portrait style and foreground, this is the same area as previous post.....with an added "berg". :)

    Pentax *istDL
    Focal length: 18.0mm (35mm equivalent: 27mm)
    Exposure time: 0.022 s (1/45)
    Aperture: f/16.0
    ISO equiv.: 200


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    That is gorgeous!! I LOVE it!
     
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    shoedumas Truly Canadian Eh?

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    Amazing. I'd also like to applaud you on your camera choice. I own the Pentax K100D. I love it. It's my child and most prized possession.
     
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    This is a gorgeous landscape..there seems to be a little bit of a tilt - or it could just be me..but none the less, it is still gorgeous!
     
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    pretty sweet :)
     
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    Thanks for the comments. Congrats on your 100D Drew. I wish I had the stabilization feature on my DL.

    I suppose it could be tilted slightly. It's very hard to discern when looking at the grassy terrain right next to the shore on the far right side. It makes the drier brown shore appear to rise up, when in actuality the grass grows up further into the bank. I wondered if someone would notice because it does look tilted when not taking that into account.
     
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    i like it
     
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    very nice shot... love the reflection and that little grove of trees... :thumbup:
     

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