Vermillion Lakes!

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  1. Cyber Surfer

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    The fall colours and a stormy sky made this a keeper!


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    Taken with a Canon 5D, 17-40mm F4.0 L + Singh Ray Variable ND Filter
     
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    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Only that? Are you serious? How about the "decapitated" tree trunk? The emerald tones of the water? The converging lines?

    As soon as they start the thread for the November nominations, I'll be there to post your picture. This photograph is so spectacular it's not even funny.
     
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    What a beautiful image! So many interesting elements in it. I love the golden colour of the grass, the line of red/rust coloured foliage through the middle, the reflections in the water, and that lovely curve of the tree root in the foreground.
     
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    o_O damn!! thats SICK!!! (what they said up there)
     
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    excellent. nice blend of colors and composition.
     
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    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Great shot Roy.

    I have a vision that it could be just a little bit better if the tree stump was just a little left and lower in the composition, that might have meant you standing in the water though :)
     
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    Amazing..... I love this shot. Great work.
     
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    wow what a stunning image, total fantasy look for me...I have been meaning to get a Singh Ray for a while....and I don't mean that's why the shot is so good :D.
     
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    stunning pic it made me speechless..
     
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    That picture is awesome.. looks like a nice relaxing place except for that alligator in the water on the far right
     
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    Very nice- exceptional tones, everything.
     
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    is that all done by the filter or did you do post processing too?
     

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