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jrp

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Sprague Lake at first light.
The almost horizontal rain with high speed winds suddenly stopped.
Cleaned the filters, dried the camera, looked up... and run into the red dawn
· Date: Thu 9-October-2014 · Views: 736 · Filesize: 115.6KB, 287.6KB · Dimensions: 1200 x 800 ·
Keywords: sprague,lake,anpat,14,14-24,D700
Camera: D700 on MAGICA Series 4 tripod
Lens & Filters: 14-28mmG AF-S @ 14mm, with 4-stops soft edge Hitech Nuetrial Density Graduated filter
ISO: 400
Aperture: f/16
Shutter speed: 1/5s
Location: Sprague Lake, Rocky Mountain National Parl, Colorado
Additional Categories: Landscape
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dm1dave

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Location: Lowden IA US
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Thu 09-October-2014 04:09

Beautiful!
pyrpal


Location: Portland OR US
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Fri 10-October-2014 12:26

Gorgeous light -- fantastic shot!
massulo

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Fri 10-October-2014 11:15

I can feel the heat from the firs....
jrp

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Thu 16-October-2014 12:23

It was beautiful scenery and light.
It was not good that we were not at the other end of the lake to catch the reflection in the water. Fortunately others got it.