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Icefields Parkway, Alberta.

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More quarentine work.

Thank you for looking.

 


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Aguinaldo

www.aguinaldodepaula.com

Nikon / Zeiss

"You are not a loser when you're defeated.
You are a loser when you quit".
(Dr. House)

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Ansel Adams, Move over.

There's a new kid in town.

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Thank you Dallas and Vivionm for the appreciation.


Aguinaldo

www.aguinaldodepaula.com

Nikon / Zeiss

"You are not a loser when you're defeated.
You are a loser when you quit".
(Dr. House)

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#7 .. awesome !! .. cheers, Maurice

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"Wild things are always faster"

from 'Two Dogs' by Philip Hodgins

Wild-Things@btconnect.com

www.Wild-Things-Photography.com

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Fantastic!! First thru last

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Flatland Charlie

Nikon cameras & a few Nikkor lenses, dozen or so

Photo with an attitude!

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Atpaula, these are spectacular. I think the black and white works. You can see where the ones with some clouds in the sky are superior to the ones with the plain sky. I get that here in S. Cali in the summer, no clouds and very plain.

 

My only suggestions are perhaps not posting a large number like this, because it takes away from the critique if you can't really concentrate on a single (or maybe 2 or 3) images, and, some of the images have humans or man-made objects in them. Rather than this being bad, I welcome it. It provides scale and shows how the mountains are so dominating compared to them. But my favorite of them, 2nd from the top, feels less than perfect with their backs to the camera. It doesn't provide any connection to the viewer in that regard. Still good, just not a 10/10.

 

GB

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I believe I keep intending to post, then fail to do so. I am still overwhelmed by these images.  I keep thinking, if these are what you get when you are "killing time," then your remaining work has to be really spectacular.  I know it helps to have a good subject, but I do not have any idea how you make these come across to the viewer with such "strength."  I really like them.  Walton

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Thank you guys, for the kind words and tips.


Aguinaldo

www.aguinaldodepaula.com

Nikon / Zeiss

"You are not a loser when you're defeated.
You are a loser when you quit".
(Dr. House)

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