|Copyright: David Lazic (Natasa-David)
|Date Taken: 2006-07-10|
|Categories: Trees, Mountain|
|Exposure: f/3.5, 1/50 seconds|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2008-09-10 13:01|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Lake Biograd (Serbian Biogradsko jezero) is a lake in Kolašin municipality, in northern Montenegro. It is a glacial lake, located on the Bjelasica Mountain, within Biogradska Gora national park.|
Lake Biograd is located in the heart of Biogradska Gora national park, on an altitude of 1,094 m. It is the biggest and most attractive lake of 7 glacial lakes scattered across the national park. It has an area of 228,500 m˛, and average depth of 4,5 m.
The maximum depth is 12,1 m. The lake is 870 m long and 261 m wide. It is filled by Biograd river, a permanent tributary, and few periodical streams. Its outflow is Jezerstica.
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A very nice composition you have here, nice colours too, but it appears that you've used noise reduction here? If that is the case it looks like you may have overdone it, it is better to have noise than have washed out details, but other than that the shot looks great!
- [2008-09-28 16:24]
I have very nice memories form Biogradsko Jezero. It's a nice, oniric type picture - I guess the blurr is an intentional effect? Some note along would do a great job :-)
A little beauty hidden in your gallery. Although the quality might not be perfect, it certainly has some wonderful parts in it. First the mood of this tranquil place is great. Second the composition with the river leading the eye into the forest is wonderful. The exposure here must have been very difficult. You have a dark area in the left and a bright on the right. Using a grad ND would have helpt to balance the exposure.