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    String Lake and Ruffed Grouse w Update

    I took the following shots of String Lake in Grand Teton National Park as part of the planning for going back and getting them in better light. And although they are not what I was looking for I liked the feeling. Then I looked down at the shore line and there was a Ruffed Grouse. Couldn't resist getting a couple of shots of it as well.

    String Lake and Ruffed Grouse

    String Lake and Ruffed Grouse

    String Lake and Ruffed Grouse

    String Lake and Ruffed Grouse
    Last edited by Teton Chuck; 17th October 2012 at 04:08 AM.

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    Re: String Lake and Ruffed Grouse

    Very nice - I enjoyed these. Great grouse!

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    Re: String Lake and Ruffed Grouse

    Yes, all worked well. The subdued light and colour produce a good Autumn feel to the scene.

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    Re: String Lake and Ruffed Grouse

    Chuck, nice photos. I especially enjoyed the grouse photos. Many years ago I used to chase these guys around a lot in northern Iowa. Great bird to hunt and eat.

    Karm

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    Re: String Lake and Ruffed Grouse

    Beautiful colors and reflections in one and two. I also like the grouse.

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    Re: String Lake and Ruffed Grouse

    I usually like a landscape orientation best on landscapes but in this case I think I like the portrait one better. Somehow it seems more dramatic and I think also the one mountain is not competing with the others for attention. It's entire reflection is in the water. Beautiful!

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    Re: String Lake and Ruffed Grouse

    Thanks to all of you for your feedback. I hope to get back to this location under different light and cloud conditions (hopefully more dramatic ones). I'll keep trying and hopefully you will all provide C&C. Much appreciated. - Chuck

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