|Copyright: Scott Roland (Scott)
|Date Taken: 2000-07|
|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2006-08-14 17:25|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|An other view of the Blue lake in Hatchers Pass. The intersting note is that I am no more than 4,000 feet above sea level and it is Alpine. The further north, or south , the lower the tree line. |
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|To Evelynn: yes||Scott
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You do get around. I lived in Palmer for a year about 30 years ago! Pioneer Peak was right out my back door! Ah, to have had a digital camera then. I don't think I've been to this spot though.
This has the look of a scanned image.??? I think I would crop off some of the top and the bottom. The foreground isn't sharp enough to act as a strong foreground element and the OE top drains a lot of the impact away from the stronger parts of the image. I did a quick workshop to see if any of this makes sense.
"All advice wortht the price charged!" : )
Evelynn : )
Looks like you are almost in the clouds when you took this photo. The scan looks perfect with good color tones and sharpness. I agree with Evelynn on the composition and I like what she did in her WS. Beside that, this is a I whish photo....I whish I was there.
What a great view, it must have been a pretty good tromp to get to the top. Interesting lighting with the low cloud. The turquoise lake is a real bonus at the bottom of the valley.