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Glacier Spectrum by BradLeeDaleNorth Glacier Spectrum by BradLeeDaleNorth
After arriving to Glacier, I was told by locals, the last two weeks have been nothing but gray skies, rain, and snow. The last bit of a recent three foot drop was melting and promising light just didn't seem possible. After cursing the conditions and muttering under my breath, maybe slight pouting as well, the skies began to open a bit. A rainbow formed in the valley and my rantings were quickly silenced. From that point on, I have stopped becoming frustrated when conditions don't work out. Mother Nature will do what she whats, when she wants to do it. You either adapt to it and push on or continue being let down.
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DeingeL May 11, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Oh WOW... Incredible...
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BradLeeDaleNorth May 13, 2012  Professional Photographer
Haha, thank you so much! It was a lucky day.
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SynneMyrvold Oct 26, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Oh wow, this is just amazing. Love the light and the colors!
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BradLeeDaleNorth Oct 27, 2011  Professional Photographer
Thank you so much! It was a blessed day.
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dragonshapedscar Oct 18, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Stunning shot, I love the partly visible peaks and the rainbow :dummy:
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BradLeeDaleNorth Oct 18, 2011  Professional Photographer
Thank you so very much! I was blessed with some wonderful atmosphere.
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dragonshapedscar Oct 18, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
You sure was! :D
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BogdanEpure Jul 28, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
the portions where the clouds are thinner and the snow covered mountains at the horizon add something misty to the photo. I simply love it. Almost perfect.
Did you use a GND filter? The tree tops are way darker than the rest of the foreground.
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BradLeeDaleNorth Jul 29, 2011  Professional Photographer
Thank you! I did not use a grad at the time. This is a manual blend of two exposures. I tried to keep the underexposed shot from creeping in on the trees but each time I did, no matter the amount of Gaussian blur I would apply, I noticed a hint of ghosting around the edges. So instead of fighting it, I went ahead and kept the GND appearance.
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BogdanEpure Jul 29, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Oh, that explains it. Thanks.
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