#17-Klondike Valley 2
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|This should be the last of my series on the Tombstone Range and Klondike Valley. Here we are nearly out of the valley and it's raining. We were all pretty soaked by this time, and my "good" camera had long since been packed away. Fortunately, my Olympus Stylus 300 all weather camera was up for the challenge, so I still managed to still get a few shots of what certainly looked to be fall colours at it's peak.|
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STOP...STOP... I CAN'T TAKE ALL THIS BEAUTY :)
More gorgeous colour of your Klondike Valley. I like how the upper hills have a deeper red and the colours slowly turn to yellow in the valley bottom. Wonderful composition.
Nice composition, good colors and detail. Would have been a great panoramic shot. Nicely done.
This is a wonderful scenery again. You are lucky to have an "all weather" camera because sometimes the bad temperature brings out some stunning capture like this one! The colors are great as well as this POV, DOF and composition. I like it very much! Well done,
Great job, Tim
Félicitations pour l'éclat des couleurs et la netteté. Bravo pour la composition et cet arc-en-ciel de couleurs automnalea.C'est une excellente prise de vue.
Merci pour le partage et a bientôt...JP.
- [2006-10-16 16:01]
wow this really reminds me of the uplands of the Uk!
Great colours and great composition too, the bright foreground in nicely contrasted by the grey almost monotone back ground.