A&P Srsly, British Columbia is the most beautiful place on Earth v.Pic

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  1. Devoidarex

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    Nice pics.

    What cam/lens?
     
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    D70s w/kit 18-70 lens
     
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    Very nice!
     
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    Looking good, it is one of the greatest.
     
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    Nice shots - nowhere near as nice as this hemisphere.
    The foreground is a little dark imo.

    ibhdrfags
     
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    First one would have KICKED ASS as a HDR!
     
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    In the first shot, the sun was about to go behind a mountain on my left, the tail of which you can see in shadow at the left of the picture.

    Anyway, I don't have a tripod, so HDR is out of the question, but one day I'd like to give it a shot. I have some great locations where HDR would work nicely.
     

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