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Natural Splendor
Photo By Raymond Laurence

  • Title: Natural Splendor
  • State/Province/Region: Oregon
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Mount Hood National Forest
  • Best Season: Winter
  • Description: This photo was taken from the Tillium Lake parking lot near the entrance to the Mount Hood Lodge Road. It was captured at ISO 200, f/9 at 1/320 of a second using a Nikkor 70-200 f/2.8 lens at 200mm. It was then converted to black and white using NIK Silver Efex Pro.
  • Gear: Nikon D700. Nikkor 70-200 VR II f/2.8 Lens
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Keywords:  Black & WhiteLandscapes
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  • Re: Mt. Hood Sunset

    Re: Mt. Hood Sunset

    Posted on Wednesday 17 December, 2014 by Alena Nicholas.

    Beautiful Image! The colors and "feel" are wonderful!

  • Re: Evening Arch

    Re: Evening Arch

    Posted on Monday 15 December, 2014 by Alena Nicholas.

    Very nice set of "Arches" Stephen. Wasn't sure, but thought someone said one of the famous landmarks fell? Really enjoyed the "Double Windows" when there!

  • Re: Roma Falls

    Re: Roma Falls

    Posted on Saturday 13 December, 2014 by Kris Walkowski.

    Spectacular image.

  • Re: Moose With Deer-like Antlers

    Re: Moose With Deer-like Antlers

    Posted on Saturday 13 December, 2014 by Matt Berglund.

    That moose is a "spike" i.e. a very young juvenile, probably on his first year away from mom. His antler's will fill out further in the next few years.

  • Re: Feeding Time

    Re: Feeding Time

    Posted on Saturday 13 December, 2014 by Alena Nicholas.

    Very interesting post Donna and Mike on Moose/Antlers. Not sure what may have caused the change in antlers, but pretty sure the one will end up looking like one of these in a few years.