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This photo was taken as the sun peeked over the Bridger Mountains, lighting the mist coming off of a mostly frozen pond near Manhatten, MT on 06 NOV'08.
D80; 70-300mm VR Nikkor; 195mm; F5.3; 1/1600 sec; ISO 800; +1 Exp Comp.
PhotoemWriter Location: West Lafayette IN US Posts: 35
Fri 19-March-2010 05:33
Beautiful! This is the kind of light I fall in love with. There are very nice subtle horizontal lines. With some of the geese being dark silhouette while others are lighter silhouette gives the photo depth. Very nicely done.
nikocarol Location: Santa Fe NM US Posts: 289
Wed 27-October-2010 16:58
Outstanding light...fantastic moment here...bravo,well done!!!
Byron Lentz Location: Tulsa OK US Posts: 15
Tue 9-November-2010 02:24
Awesome photo!! Great light, great timing, and you were there to make it happen! Great job!
osfield Location: Glenrowan VIC AU Posts: 82
Wed 11-May-2011 02:43
Wonderful!!! Love this image. Congrats.
EYEBALLER Location: Sterling Heights MI US Posts: 102
Mon 17-October-2011 18:27
I don't know if you were just lucky and happened to take this picture at probably the very short instantaneous moment that mother nature revealed its rare beauty or if you have this natural talent to see and know mother nature moments when you see them. Anyway you hit the very instant in time on this pot of gold. Congrtaulations!
Nokinian Location: NSW AU Posts: 3
Wed 10-October-2012 12:01
The depth and 3D effect of this shot is stunning, quite apart from the amazing colouring. The foreground birds look as if they have been cut out of paper and stuck on the main photo to create a collage effect. Brilliant.
cgreg21 Location: Lancaster NY US Posts: 31
Fri 26-September-2014 02:18
Wow! Just an amazing shot, simple as that! Congrats!