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Lens: DA* 16-50 Camera: K5 Photo Location: Banff, Alberta, canada ISO: 100 
Posted By: daacon, 07-19-2012, 10:45 AM

Here are a couple of shots from Vermilion Lakes in Banff.

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07-19-2012, 10:57 AM   #2
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Dave, the second one just blew me away. Gorgeous is all I can think of to say.
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and I will take the 1st shot, so looks like you got them covered here in the plus column
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Dave, the second one just blew me away. Gorgeous is all I can think of to say.
Thanks Susan sorry there were no bubbles.

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and I will take the 1st shot, so looks like you got them covered here in the plus column
Thanks Bob glad you liked them.

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Certainly a strange looking place Dave but well photographed.--charliezap
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Certainly a strange looking place Dave but well photographed.--charliezap
Thanks Charlie appreciate the kind words. It is a bit of strange place indeed just off the roadside so it's a quick stop.
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Lovely and unusual, neat captures.
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Fantastic reflections in the second shot! Wow! Both are beautiful, Dave!

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I'd take the second one, by a whisker.
I like how you've processed them.
Wonder what lurks in that water? Bet there's some good sunset shots to be had there.
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Wow, buddy, I dig these - the subject, composition and your beautiful PP treatment lend a feeling of menace and foreboding. Terrific job, Dave.

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Lovely and unusual, neat captures.
Thanks luftfluss apprecaite you stopping by to comment.

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Fantastic reflections in the second shot! Wow! Both are beautiful, Dave!
Thanks loco glad you liked them.

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I'd take the second one, by a whisker.
I like how you've processed them.
Wonder what lurks in that water? Bet there's some good sunset shots to be had there.
Thanks mickey I waited for Sasquatch to appear but he did not.

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Wow, buddy, I dig these - the subject, composition and your beautiful PP treatment lend a feeling of menace and foreboding. Terrific job, Dave.
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Excellent. I like them both, but the second one is my favorite also.
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Dave,the array of landscapes you have shown us with your images are sensational.These two are a another great example of that.
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Both are very beautiful and stunning when opened in the large format. Wow... thanks for sharing these!
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I am glad I clicked on your tumbnail image....great shots...not sure which one I like most.
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