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Foggy Mountain Breakdown
Lens: DA* 16-50 Camera: K5 Photo Location: Banff, Alberta, canada ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/90s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: daacon, 05-27-2012, 07:08 PM

Well we did not actually break down , just stopped to take a few snap @06:42 am yesterday morning.


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Wow, Dave--that's breathtaking!
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you know Dave, that is just plain beautiful country up there, great shot my friend.
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Majestic scenery very well captured.

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Wow, Dave--that's breathtaking!
Thanks for kind workds dadipentak appreciate you stopping by to comment.

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you know Dave, that is just plain beautiful country up there, great shot my friend.
Thanks buddy I agree with you 100% , could spend a lifetime up there shooting.

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Majestic scenery very well captured.
Thanks for the comments grw46 always appreciate you taking the time to say something.
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You're on a roll, buddy.

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What they said Dave. A beautiful shot. Love the bank of clouds hugging the ground. Nicely captured.
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You're on a roll, buddy.
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Thanks buddy are you calling me Phat ?


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What they said Dave. A beautiful shot. Love the bank of clouds hugging the ground. Nicely captured.
Thanks Susan appreciate the comments.

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The image has great balance Dave. Wish I was there too. JIM
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Dave, that is a wonderful image and I am glad that you took it because it could never be me. 6:42 AM? I might be thinking of getting up but no where near ready to tackle the great outdoors. Thanks for showing us, I really do like that image.
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Great picture, and now I have some bluegrass invading my mind's ear...

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The image has great balance Dave. Wish I was there too. JIM
Thanks Jim , wish you were there as well soon my friend.

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Dave, that is a wonderful image and I am glad that you took it because it could never be me. 6:42 AM? I might be thinking of getting up but no where near ready to tackle the great outdoors. Thanks for showing us, I really do like that image.
Thanks Heinrich , Karen and I are early risers , and we were fortunate to get this scene - the next morning it was closer to 08:00 am before we headed out

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Great picture, and now I have some bluegrass invading my mind's ear...
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Thanks Jim indeed it's a classic.
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Would look great in pano , and on my wall the mountain just draws you into her TFS Dave


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Would look great in pano , and on my wall the mountain just draws you into her TFS Dave
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Thanks Ivan appreciate the kind words !
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