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A few more from Banff Natl. Park
Lens: 16-45 and 18-135 Camera: K 5 Photo Location: Alberta, Canada 
Posted By: Heinrich Lohmann, 10-07-2011, 11:58 AM

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Peyto Lake








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A few more from Banff Natl. Park are here:In Banff National Park Photo Gallery by Heinrich Lohmann at pbase.com
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10-07-2011, 12:33 PM   #2
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Nice series Heinrich.I really like the depth of the 2nd shot.BTW--You mentioned in my latest thread about using in camera filters.My latest contest is all about doing that very thing.Check it out and enter a shot. Here is the link that tells all about the contest.---charliezap
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Another beautiful series Henrich. Peyto Lake was stormed in when we were by. Looks like you got a beautiful day. Great shot of Rundle too. JIM
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Nice Heinrich , I really like the first two and is that your sherpa in the last one ? What a lucky man.

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Nice series Heinrich.I really like the depth of the 2nd shot.BTW--You mentioned in my latest thread about using in camera filters.My latest contest is all about doing that very thing.Check it out and enter a shot. Here is the link that tells all about the contest.---charliezap
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Charlie, thank you and I will get the instruction manual out, research this and enter something.

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Another beautiful series Henrich. Peyto Lake was stormed in when we were by. Looks like you got a beautiful day. Great shot of Rundle too. JIM
Thank you Jim, on Peyto Lake we got lucky, the lower parking lot was full so we drove up to the bus parking and walked DOWM to the lake.

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Nice Heinrich , I really like the first two and is that your sherpa in the last one ? What a lucky man.
Thanks Dave and yes, she's been my sherpa now for over 55 years. Only thing is that she won't shoot Pentax, loves her G11
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These are just beautiful. I can't get enough of the Peyto Lake photo.

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These are just beautiful. I can't get enough of the Peyto Lake photo.

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Thank you Larry, It is a magical place and I can't get enough of it either.

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