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Great jimkil 2010-12-02 2:19

This one is good to Matt, the light is not as warm or as strong, so the impact is not as good as the last one, what I like though is the more layers of mountain. If you had this composition but the other light you would have had a winner and another green star. The blue looks saturated well, but NOTT and remains natural looking. Not sure, one thing would maybe to have a more pano, so cut along that dark bit in the bottom left because you don't need it. But I like i say I prefer this composition.

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Old 12-02-2010, 09:31 AM
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Hi Jim,

I wish I could have stayed up higher to get the deeper sunset on the tops of the peaks in a pano, but I had to start heading down off the mountain as it was a fair way to wander back in the dark and it was extremely cold. I was only able to observe sections of the peaks from lower down as the lighting became more interesting. Thanks about the tip with the crop along the lower parts. I was amazed that so few people bothered to look at this awesome sight unfolding, but rather stayed in their rooms a few hundred vertical metres below. We need more hardcore photographers

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Matt
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