Tobacco Root Mountains

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  • #410051

    beth
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    The first color shot of the trip that I've edited.  Yes, there really is color in there, I promise.  The Tobacco Root Mountains were taking a beating yesterday during the storms that passed through Wyoming.

    Fuji 50R & 100-200mm with 1.4x tc.

  • #410055

    Rob Eyers
    Participant

    Nicely captured Beth. I like the way you have the sky going to black at the top.

    • #410692

      beth
      Participant

      thanks rob, the black at the top was pretty close to how things were that day.  i darkened it a little, but you can see how the darkness isn't uniform across the top.

  • #410101

    P71
    Participant

    Absolutely beautiful , very appealing work thanks for posting.

    Great job.

    • #410693

      beth
      Participant

      thanks p71.

  • #410204

    Robert Apple
    Moderator

    Nice Beth, great capture of the storm.

    • #410694

      beth
      Participant

      thanks robert.

  • #410271

    Kent DuFault
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    Lovely mood!

    • #410695

      beth
      Participant

      thanks!

  • #410291

    John Thompson
    Moderator

    Sorry Beth I viewed this earlier but did not comment (not sure why).  Great capture of a storm.  The layers are perfect.

    • #410698

      beth
      Participant

      thanks john. i've been travelling home the past few days and haven't really had time to check comments.  the forums are hard to read on my phone.

  • #410307

    Dahlia Ambrose
    Keymaster

    Great image Beth. I can see the subtle blue in the image and it really gives the beautiful feeling of the storm 🙂

    • #410701

      beth
      Participant

      thanks dahlia.  there's blue in the clouds, but the grass is a dark shade of green.  it doesn't translate well on a web sized image, but i think it'll be more apparent in a large print.

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