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    Hoodoo B&W

    Hoodoo B&W
    A hoodoo in one of many canyons in Zion N.P.

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    Re: Hoodoo B&W

    Lovely conversion, Jon. Great texture.

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    Re: Hoodoo B&W

    I'll second that Jon and well seen as well. The tree makes all the difference.

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    Re: Hoodoo B&W

    Thanks Guys, John, the tree is what caught my eye from afar. taken at 200mm.

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    Re: Hoodoo B&W

    very nice overall shot, composition and B&W conversion..

    Many photographers have an immediate and automatic reflex to grab an UWA lens for landscape photographs. This image proves my contention that long focal lengths are also very viable tools for landscape imagery. This is especially true in the Western United States in which the areas can be clearer than in the forested eastern areas of our nation.
    Another single tree shot with a long lens...
    Hoodoo B&W

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    Re: Hoodoo B&W

    I wish I had not sold my canon 70-200mm f/4 for the 70-200 f/2.8, that was a lot of glass to lug around with me in the back country. I am seriously thinking of reverting back to the f/4 70-200mm

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