Storm Light

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  1. JCphoto

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    Went for a walk today. A mountain stream emptying into a beaver-dam as storm clouds roll over the Dog Tooth range in the Purcell Mountains.

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    I enjoyed this shot. It reminds me of Colorado. Did you use a graduated ND filter or a layer mask to bring down the levels in the clouds a bit?
     
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    Those clouds are phenominal! Nice shot...sharp & focused :)
     
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    Very nice shot, agree with the previous posts!
     
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    Yes, I used a graduated Neutral Density filter to expose the clouds properly.


    Thanks alot for the comments!
     
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    Very nice and broody.
    I like how the gold offsets the darkness above.
     

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