A few west coast images

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Here are three images from an outing with Paul Frye and Andreas on Wednesday. We had a great time. For those interested in such things, I processed using ACR3.1.

This one was shot with the 17-55mm 1/6s f/8 at 44mm iso100 of Cathedral Grove, an easily accessible stand of Old Growth Douglas Fir and Cedar.

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Paul was kind enough to lend me his 45mm for this shot of a beatifully finished totem located on the west coast of Vancouver Island in the Pacific Rim National Park.

1/320s f/3.5 at 45mm iso200

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We stopped at this stream on our way back across Vancouver Island. This was also taken with the 17-55 with a polarizer and a 8X ND filter.

6s f/14 at 22mm iso100

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We do live in a wonderful world, don't we?
 
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Just came back form a trip to BC - did not make it to West coast of Vancouver Island, but your pictures are so reminiscent. Loved all of them, but especially the totem pole. I was fascinated by them all over the place and that is a particularly good rendition. Thank you.
 
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Andreas Berglund
What Rory forgot to say..

is that he drove us to the other side of the Island a 3 something hour drive.. We went to the Wikaninnish Restaurant on long beach, beatiful place...

Mostly covered in a beatiful fog while we where there.. Here are a few from me....
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And master Rory himself, being helpful and holding up a greycard for me and Paul
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