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Steve Foss

On a snowy theme

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When it's dark and windy and snowy, and it's tough to find critters on the move, snow, like fog, can add cool layers to landscape images. And sometimes, panoramic is the way to go. No pano looks at its best on a computer screen. They need to be printed at least 24 inches across and hung, but what the heck. I love the bog country! grin.gif

All from today out the Echo Trail, with the Canon 20D and Canon 100-400L IS, handheld

Portage River, 400mm, iso400, 1/800 at f9

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Big Lake, 285mm, iso400, 1/250 at f9

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Near Echo Lake, 330mm, iso100, 1/125 at f8

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Hunting Shack River, 105mm, iso100, 1/160 at f8

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Nice pics. Great part of the world ain't it? We camp at Echo Lake several times every summer lately.

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STC,

Nice pictures. I was looking at the second one and was thiking to myself that I knew where it was and then I noticed it was from Big Lake. Now I can't figure out where on Big Lake confused.gif

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Well, chaff, it is, after all, a BIG LAKE! grin.gifgrin.gif

Actually, you can see this small island from the public landing, though I walked out toward it quite a ways to get this composition.

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