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|A look at the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park. This is the one entrance that is open year round and is often frequented by elk. This photo was taken from Mammoth Hot Springs and is looking over the north entrance. Taken with a wide angle lens hand held and with a polarizer.|
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A really nice, sharp landscape here John.. The colours are vivid from the CP and good use of the wide angle -- with the exception of the branches intruding from the right. I think the pic would be better with them cloned out...
A nice view..
Stunning view. You've done a very good job handling the exposure on this one. Yellowstone is on the list of places I must visit one day and this post just enforces the idea even more.
I really like the sky in this. Good detail, sharpness and colour. The only distraction has been pointed out by David. Cloning out the branches is a quick fix and would make this image even better.
Very nice shot of Yellowstone. You must have found it at a very good time weather wise.
Along with the branches mentioned, I think I would cut out some of the rock formation in the foreground. To me that distracts from the picture. It then would let the sky stand out more which I feel is the main subject of your picture. But still very nice picture.
- [2010-07-08 5:12]
I had heard of this park Yellowstone
most did not know the greatness and beauty contained in it!
angle of view for your eyes!
This is a very impressive
which shows that against a beautiful blue sky strong
sharing with beautiful clouds.
High image quality
Very well done,