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Discussion in 'People' started by Chad Gladstone, Aug 12, 2005.
Nice pic and brave guy - how steep's it going down behind him?
Somebody get me a tissue!
Because I'm developing a nosebleed from that height! :wink: Shot well done. Love the backdrop. So, where's the tower? :wink:
Nice, breathtaking view there! He most definitely is a brave guy. I wouldn't be seen up there for my fear of heights!
Great shot, Chad! Kinda makes the chills go up your spine!
Wow thats a Beautiful image.
Re: Somebody get me a tissue!
Um, ... it's either a metafor or off to the left. :twisted:
Great shot Chad! Best near/far I've seen in quite a while.
ps .. Whoa! And I just saw it was done with the new 30mm! Wow! no sign of bad corners or triangular hilights there. Yer making me want it again!
That is a great shot! Nice colors, sharp, wonderful composition and perfect exposure. Just excellent all the way around.
One of those images I feel like I'm gonna fall into; great job!
Hey Chad, where is this taken at. Nice image for sure. What a perspective.
Excellant image, Chad. The DOF is very good capturing the young lad and the wonderful landscape. Frame it and place it proudly on the wall.
Great shot, Chad! Beautiful composition!
By the looks on his face I'd say that he's just realized that he has to walk back down!
Well done Chad!!
It was taken a top "Bears Hump," in Waterton National Park in Canada which is just north of Glacier National park - the lake connects the two parks. Collectively, the two parks are know as "Waterton Glacier International Peace Park."
Thanks Chad, it looks like a really neat place.
Thanks everyone for their kind response. The drop off is straight down probably about a 1/3 mile. It is really a breathtaking view...here is another shot:
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