|Copyright: Elaine WHITBY (Misty)
|Date Taken: 2007-09-11|
|Camera: Canon 400 D|
|Exposure: f/9.0, 1/50 seconds|
|Details: Tripod: Yes|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2009-02-08 14:20|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Grand Teton National Park , 309,993 acres (125,503 hectares), NW Wyo.; est. 1929. The park, which includes Jackson Lake and part of Jackson Hole, embraces the most scenic portion of the glaciated, snow-covered Teton Range; Grand Teton (13,766 ft/4,196 m) is the highest peak. The Snake River flows through the park, which is dotted with small lakes and has several glaciers, forests, and a great variety of wildlife. Hiking, floating down the Snake on rafts, camping, and mountain climbing are popular activities in the park. Fur trapping thrived until the 1840s|
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This is really a gorgeous landscape. The colours are so rich especially the blue sky. Very sharp detail and well composed.
That's a very nice landscape shot indeed. BTW, I have missed your previous work so let me welcome you to TN! Anyways, very nicely done. Composition, colors and of course location all look great. TFS.
I am a true landscape lover Elaine and this is the kind of image I like so much,. It is wide enough to give a clear and well sharpened idea of teh environment of the area...and beyond that it is simply "pretty"!
- [2009-03-04 19:48]
Elaine, I looked at the thumb and thought it was the Tetons then you listed UK . It is the Tetons right? It's lovely good work.
Simply put: BREATH-TAKING landscape.
Great piece of photography work.
Mario from Canada with friendly greetings.