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  1. #15941
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    Quote Originally Posted by tfa8rva View Post
    Somewhere in Glacier Bay, AK.

    Wow. This is a stunner.
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  2. #15942
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    tfa8rva,

    No date on the photos curious when you were there. I was in Johns Hopkins on the Sea Wolf 8/14. Couldn't quite find a similar point of view in my shots. It was also the one section of our week in Glacier Bay where the light was totally wrong for shooting the glacier there. It was great looking away. The shot of our boat on the Olympus Photo Thread http://www.dcresource.com/forums/sho...897#post441897 was taken just past the bend in the inlet. Didn't get to see any seals on the ice from the kayaks.

    I know the sorting through photos problem all to well. I am steadily working through mine. Times when we were watching wildlife resulted in a lot of burst mode stuff to pick through. Looks like you had a couple of good flight seeing trips as well.
    I was in Alaska from 9/1 to 9/8. That was taken on 9/4. I must have accidentally turned the exif info off on my Lightroom exports. It says I took it at 17:04:47, which is Eastern Std Time......so I guess that's would be 2:04pm Alaska time. The angle of the sun caused the glacier to be somewhat silhouetted when up close.

    Yep, did some flight seeing too. Took some video with my D7000 too.

    Here's another one I like, but you can see it's silhouetted because the sun is coming from behind the glacier.

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  3. #15943
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    Wow. This is a stunner.
    Thanks. Nice scenery surely makes it a lot easier.
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  4. #15944
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    Another goodun TFA, I like the inclusion of the tour boat and how the heck did you capture falling ice, very impressive.
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  5. #15945
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    tfa8rva,

    Very nice and a great job catching the calving. We saw the NatGeo/Linblad boat a few times. Could not get in close to the Johns Hopkins in early August as the ice was too thick and moving a lot. The inlet is closed until the end of July for seal pupping. I definitely suffered from late afternoon back lighting challenges. Too difficult to deal with the level of camera control needed for it while in a tandem kayak.

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    Kudos for capturing a difficult scene.
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  7. #15947
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    TFA;
    More great Alaska images. You and that D7K are sure getting around.
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  8. #15948
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    Fish Flippin'

    Just one of several shots today of an Egret fishing in the local river. I have at least 3 of this same bird doing this with it's catch. flips the fish around to line it up for easy swallowing. This guy/gal was not a bit shy and I followed it along the bank for nearly a hundred feet, stepping round various items of detritus along the bank, not always being quiet, snapping hidden twigs and such. I wonder how close I could have gotten if I had had boots to wade into the river with?
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  9. #15949
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    Nice! Is that with the new Tamron you have listed? Oh, and I see you're from upstate NY. My sister lives in Corinth, New York. Pretty area up there.
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  10. #15950
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    Falconest,

    That shot is a winner. Hope you print it BIG.

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