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Glazier National Park
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Posted By: Jimbo, 07-08-2010, 10:55 PM

Had to make a sales call in Browning Montana this week and stayed at the Many Glazier Hotel in the park. Here is a couple from my trip. Many more to go through. JIM




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Both are fantastic, but I think the second would have looked better if it were cropped a bit.

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I'm in love with the colors and composition in the first shot!
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That first image is stunning Jim!

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Both are fantastic, but I think the second would have looked better if it were cropped a bit.
Thanks Adam. I have a few more from here wiuth a slightly different set up. I will check them out. JIM

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I'm in love with the colors and composition in the first shot!

The sun was just starting to rise. I took close to 40 shots in and around here. JIM
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I get the feeling im slipping and about to fall down a hill from the second photo, both are excellent. Thank you for posting!
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I get the feeling im slipping and about to fall down a hill from the second photo, both are excellent. Thank you for posting!
I was standing on a bridge. Interesting feeling when you are looking through the view finder. Thank you for commenting. JIM
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The first one is very nice (there are some dust spots, but that's not your fault and they're easily remedied in Photoshop). The second one could've used a longer exposure, but is interesting nevertheless.

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The first one is very nice (there are some dust spots, but that's not your fault and they're easily remedied in Photoshop). The second one could've used a longer exposure, but is interesting nevertheless.
Thank you for commenting. I think the spots are off my ND filter. I need to clean my damn monitor too. I have a few more of the second image where I used a longer exposure time. The water gets a little over exposed. Its a fine balance as the light was changing by the second. JIM
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The first is excellent, well done.

I agree with the comment about using a slower shutter speed for the second. Have you tried using a gold & blue polarizer on something like this? The results would be spectacular.
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The first is excellent, well done.

I agree with the comment about using a slower shutter speed for the second. Have you tried using a gold & blue polarizer on something like this? The results would be spectacular.

I have heard about the gold and Blue polarizer. I have the regular one and it was on this shot. The exposure was interesting with a much lighter foreground then the sky. I have a few more from this location that I need to look at. Appreciate your comment. JIM
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I love both of these Jimbo ..... but especially #1, a totally absorbing shot !
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I love both of these Jimbo ..... but especially #1, a totally absorbing shot !
Thank you. JIM
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Man - you're on a roll, buddy. That first one is amazing.

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Man - you're on a roll, buddy. That first one is amazing.

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