Snake River Outlook B&W

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  1. firebird1984

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    This is the angle of the Teton Range in northwest Wyoming made famous by Ansel Adams titled The Tetons and the Snake River (1942). This photo was taken on May 1st, 2009 on the opening day of Grand Teton National Park. C&C welcomed and encouraged.

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    Brent McWhirter
     

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    Beautiful photo! wish it were bigger, but looks like an incredible picture.
     
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    Yep... this one is a good landscape shot.
     
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    Well since you asked :)

    Thanks for the comments!!!

    Brent McWhirter
     

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    Thanks man! looks BEAUTIFUL, i love huge pics, big enough that i feel like i am inside them, thats why im wanting to go medium format. great pic!
     
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    Thanks teneighty23! My mentor is a medium and large format film guy... mostly 8x10 and I just got him to try digital :) but if you like big pics try an 8x10 camera. It's amazing the amount of detail you can capture with those things.

    Thanks again for the comments,

    Brent McWhirter
     
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    Very beautiful picture.
     

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