Water in Rocky Mountain National Park

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  1. Lars Leber

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    Here are some photos that I took in Rocky Mountain National Park last summer with my Canon Digital Rebel (300D) and a Tamron 24-135mm lens.

    I did not get any comments for the last photo I posted so here are three at once. I might have posted the middle one a while ago but this time it has been edited in a different way.

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  2. danir

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    I like them all.
    In the third the bend in the water path makes it look like an elegant lady sitting.

    Dani.
     
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    they are all gorgeous, number 2 being my favorite
     
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    amazing shots!!!

    great colors, composition, and blurred water...these are wall hangers

    well done
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    Fantastic work. I could see something like this, framed and hanging in my home.
     
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    Holy Smokes! Those are all awesome. 2nd is my favorite overall. Do you have any of Seven Falls? its near Canon City, Colorado.
     
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    Whoaa.... These shots are amazing... Especially #2!! These are the caliber of photos used in calendars and "inspirational posters" !

    POTM nomination! :D
     
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    Stunning shots! :thumbup: #2 is my choice as well.
     
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    These look pretty cool. Nice job.
     
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    First gets almost abstract, but I don't see ice/snow around here much. All good, like #2 best.
     
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    I love 2!

    What are your settings?!
     
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    Nice pp, they look really different (in a good way) :)
     

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