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Minaret Cascade by narmansk8 Minaret Cascade by narmansk8
A cascade below the Minarets.

This was one of the strangest displays of light. During the magic hour the mountains were completely shrouded in clouds and there was no chance of any color that evening, or so I thought. After I had taken some exposures and it had gotten very dark I packed up my camera and tripod and started to walk back to camp. All of a sudden I looked backed and noticed the clouds starting to lift and a really strange glow hitting the underside of the clouds. I quickly ran back to the creek and tried to recompose in almost complete darkness. Was able to capture this strange light which disappeared second after this was taken.

Minarets, Ansel Adams Wilderness, California.

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:iconrezzanatakol:
Your wonderfull work featured in my main page rezzanatakol.deviantart.com/
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FelixInden May 17, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
gorgeous exposure and composition!
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SilverVulpine Mar 3, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Gorgeous! :)
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Colourdance Mar 2, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
This is sooooo good. Words don't do it justice.
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aFeinPhoto-com Mar 28, 2011  Professional Photographer
Way to turn around. Great catch

aF
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pntaylor Mar 27, 2011   Photographer
I love long exposures of water though sometimes they don't quite have the scenery to really make the shot. This, however, has it all. The scenery is gorgeous and the long exposure is done to a T :+fav:
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ophilialove Mar 27, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is gorgeous, i love the use of slow-shutter speed you used to get the water moving, it looks like silk instead of liquid. The centering is just perfect as well - i cant help but wonder if you cropped it or if this was the picture in its original state?
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:iconyulii:
gorgeous scene. looks so perfect and peaceful
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justeline Mar 3, 2011  Professional Photographer
Beautiful capture Nolan!
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