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    Snowy Morning in Zion National Park (part 2)

    Well, I took your advise and cropped out the top of the hut in the first picture and added a second shot with more of the trees and hut. I like that image better. The third is from the evening before when the clouds lifted and some of the peaks were visible.

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    Re: Snowy Morning in Zion National Park (part 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by risingwolf View Post
    Well, I took your advise and cropped out the top of the hut in the first picture and added a second shot with more of the trees and hut. I like that image better. The third is from the evening before when the clouds lifted and some of the peaks were visible.
    Hi Risingwolf,

    I agree, the second is better, I think having a bit of ground in shot helps 'root' it and, if anything, I think a little more is called for.

    Last one is lovely and rock faces on that scale are alien to me (I don't get out much!).

    Cheers,

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    Re: Snowy Morning in Zion National Park (part 2)

    Very nice RW. The mix of snow and mist is nice and so is the rich color of the last one.

    Chuck

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    Re: Snowy Morning in Zion National Park (part 2)

    #3 just knocked my socks off!

    I agree with Dave about the shot being "grounded" now, but I wish there was some way to get rid of the hut, it's not very attractive and seems terribly out of place.

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