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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTL
    Grandeur Point, Grand Canyon (away from the tourist hordes) just after sunrise...

    Canon S2, WC-DC58A Converter, f/5.0, 1/400 sec.
    Spectactular shot JTL ....
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  2. #52
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    Thank You!

    Thank you Glenn and Val for the kind words!

    The scenery really speaks for itself...I was merely privlieged to be there! I'll post a couple more when I'm back home...

  3. #53
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    Nice shots all. The beach shot is a framer, and JTL we would expect nothing less from your collection, and I think everyone gets my OC relationship with La Barranca Grande. So here ya go (again).

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  4. #54
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    Hi folks...
    my first image posting. All were done on a Canon A70 (soon to be replaced by a Coolpix 8400). No post other than resizing.








    This last one was just taken on my cameraphone, so I'm not really submitting it for it's quality. It was just such a strange day. 1/2 black sky, 1/2 bright sunshine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jsla
    Hi folks...
    my first image posting. All were done on a Canon A70 (soon to be replaced by a Coolpix 8400). No post other than resizing.

    This last one was just taken on my cameraphone, so I'm not really submitting it for it's quality. It was just such a strange day. 1/2 black sky, 1/2 bright sunshine.
    Looks like the hills around Livermore, and then Tahoe.

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  6. #56
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    JTL, I like a lot your shots on the Grand Canyon.
    Thanks

  7. #57
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Riehm
    Looks like the hills around Livermore, and then Tahoe.

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    Bingo on the first..any idea why the hills are black like that? It's quite a contrast. The other one is actually at Crater Lake, OR.

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    More Grand Canyon

    Thank you George and Jeff! Here's another...this time from Mather Point...which I think provides great viewing...when it's empty (which is almost never). Under exposed for dramatic effect.

    Same as always: Canon S2, WC-DC58A Converter, ISO 50, f/5.0, 1/400 sec.

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    Panorama

    Here's a panorama shot of the Canyon that I posted a while ago but that looked a bit hazy. I've tried to tweak it a bit in PS to get rid of the haze. Not sure it worked but its a nice view anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill D
    Here's a panorama shot of the Canyon that I posted a while ago but that looked a bit hazy. I've tried to tweak it a bit in PS to get rid of the haze. Not sure it worked but its a nice view anyway.
    Very nice winter shot. It illustrates the difference in altitude between the North and South Rim.
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