It makes me dizzy thinking about where you were when you took that photo! WOW!
Wish I was there! Seen a lot of Alberta but have not been here, yet!Mary X
beautiful pine spires.
I can see every tree. How do you do that?
Glad you asked! I still had my old Nikon D90 for the Montana trip last year, so it has one of the older 12.9 MB sensors. But I used my trusty Nikon 18-200mm lens, which is sharp as a tack. I also used a low ISO (so little digital noise) and f/10 aperture, which is one of the middle settings that is optimum for that particular lens. I also hit the image with a small amount of a "details" filter in one of my Nik plug-in programs during the digital editing. As a result of all those factors, I was able to get a lot of detail showing even in the distant trees!
The depth in this shot is amazing. I want to be standing on that bridge!
Happy Wednesday! Beautiful shot!hughugs
A marvelous view, and weren't you brave hanging over and taking a shot.
Awesome photo as per usual, my friend.Love it! Love you!I hope the cataract surgery went well yesterday!
This is gorgeous. I also love your shot for the photo challenge. Trying to get caught up a little today but I don't seem to be getting very far...lol HOpe all is well with you and your husband
Gorgeous photo, Donna. Love the RED ROCKS... Bet water really flows down that mountain at times....Hope things are going well... How is your eye since surgery?Hugs,Betsy
A breathtaking sight I would dearly love to see in person- thanks for letting me look over your shoulder at this spectacular scene, Donna.be well, be happy :)
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