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    Reflecting on Mount Cook

    One of many images from a recent trip to the Southern Hemisphere. This is Lake Pukaki in Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park on the South Island of New Zealand and it includes a couple of dust bunnies that I missed during the processing .

    Exif: ISO100, f16, 1/200Sec. 5D3 and 24-105 at 84 mm

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    Re: Reflecting on Mount Cook

    Wow, I really like that (and on my screen I can't see any dust bunnies). I'd happily put that on my wall.

    I like how the colours on the left give some warmth to the overall image.

    If I'm being really picky (I'm really not one to talk so please feel free to ignore me) I'd maybe crop a little off the bottom to remove the white bits in the water at the bottom left.
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    Re: Reflecting on Mount Cook

    Quote Originally Posted by KEM View Post
    Wow, I really like that (and on my screen I can't see any dust bunnies). I'd happily put that on my wall.

    I like how the colours on the left give some warmth to the overall image.

    If I'm being really picky (I'm really not one to talk so please feel free to ignore me) I'd maybe crop a little off the bottom to remove the white bits in the water at the bottom left.
    Thanks Katrina, I'm glad you liked this one. I hadn't noticed the white bits. Having had a quick look at the RAW file it seems that they could be pebbles or maybe shells beneath the surface of water.
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    Re: Reflecting on Mount Cook

    Very serene shot peter, well taken. I hadn't seen them white bits either... :)

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    Re: Reflecting on Mount Cook

    Lovely serene image of a stunning location! Definitely one for the wall.
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    Re: Reflecting on Mount Cook

    Super picture.
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    Re: Reflecting on Mount Cook

    A beautiful image, so calming. I'd love to see it as a letterbox crop, and as a nice big canvas up on the wall!
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    Superb... no other word for it... one of the best for some time.
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    Re: Reflecting on Mount Cook

    Cracker, picture for a wall right enough. I would clone/crop out the white in the left corner though.
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    Re: Reflecting on Mount Cook

    A lovely shot Peter. I'm sure that we can let you off with a few dust bunnies ...
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    Re: Reflecting on Mount Cook

    Thanks everyone for taking time to look and comment on the first image. I have many more images to process from this trip, this is another one that has been processed. Sticking with the Mount Cook theme this one was taken on the evening of the same day as the first image. I dashed out of the hotel bar to capture this just as the last of the sun was lighting the summit of Mount Cook.

    Exif, ISO100, f16, 1/8 sec, 5D3, 70-200 at 120mm hand held.

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    Re: Reflecting on Mount Cook

    Stunning pics !
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    Re: Reflecting on Mount Cook

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    Stunning pics !
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    Re: Reflecting on Mount Cook

    Great images from a superb location Peter. I found NZ irresistible enough to return to twice despite the long haul flights that are less than enjoyable. I look forward to seeing more of your images.
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    Re: Reflecting on Mount Cook

    Quote Originally Posted by Nina View Post
    Great images from a superb location Peter. I found NZ irresistible enough to return to twice despite the long haul flights that are less than enjoyable. I look forward to seeing more of your images.
    Thanks Nina, this was our second visit too, I agree with you regarding the flights. But the scenery is amazing.
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