Sunrise at the Badlands
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jrp

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Earlier, the wind was too strong, making it impossible to have sharp vegetation in the foreground. So we returned a little later, with more light, and the clouds came to help frame the scene.
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Camera: D700
Lens & Filters: 14-24mm f/2.8G AF-S Nikkor @ 24mm with 0.9 (3-stops) Hitech Graduated Neutral Density filter
ISO: 200
Aperture: f/8
Shutter speed: 1/125s
Location: Badlands, South Dakota, USA
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Mon 05-October-2015 07:12

This is an incredibly well done photo. Chapeau!
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Mon 05-October-2015 11:14

Fine looking image.
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Mon 05-October-2015 12:05

Thank you, Egbert.
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Mon 05-October-2015 12:05

Thank you, John.
We enjoyed incredible light.