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Featured Sunrise over the Port and City

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by Minuteman3, Oct 18, 2018.

  1. The port is busy even at sunrise. And Mt Rainier watches over all.

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    Cheers!!

    Ken
     
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  2. Bravo--leading lines galore, great subject, well exposed and with awesome dynamic range, colors of the season and more.
    Stillness and calm are so obvious!
     
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  3. Hey!! Thanks for choosing this for the feature section!!

    Ken
     
  4. kilofoxtrott

    kilofoxtrott European Ambassador Moderator

    Dec 29, 2011
    Tettnang, Germany
    Very well deserved...

    Congrats Ken.
    Klaus
     
  5. Thats is so nice, and I so much miss the mountain when I wake up in the morning
     
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  6. I'm glad that this thread was featured. I missed it earlier. It's a fantastic photograph. Well done!

    Glenn
     
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  7. I agree with the above comments, it's a beautiful photo.

    (Is it just my cock-eyed view of the world, or is the horizon a tad off level?)
     
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  8. I agree...it this photograph were mine, I would level the horizon. If you look at the water line from the far left to Mt Rainier, it appears to be higher on the left. It is possible that it's an optical illusion and that the camera is actually positioned to be level. But, I would straighten it using that area of the frame as a reference regardless.

    Glenn
     
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  9. Thanks, Glenn

    I did a minor adjustment on the horizon and it looks better to me. Thanks to you and Jim for noticing and making that suggestion .... hope I hit it right this time!!

    Ken
     
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