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Dolomite Mountain Pass

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Dolomite Mountain Pass



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Date: Tue August 29, 2006
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Nice shot. I love the textures. Have you tried cropping out all the man made bits and just leaving a view of the mountain range? I think this could make the photo even nicer. Smile
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#1 Tue August 29, 2006 2:15pm

Absolutely spectacular scenary, its not so much the buildings its the cars that need to disappear i think, what a blot on the landscape they can be!
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#2 Tue August 29, 2006 3:11pm

A nice place and a beautiful capture, You was very lucky for the season. Mirco
#3 Tue August 29, 2006 5:13pm

Wow! Stunning landscape.


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#4 Tue August 29, 2006 5:47pm

I agree with Jogi about the cars. Great shot otherwise! :-)
#5 Tue August 29, 2006 6:17pm

richard crowe
Super shot. Was there a few years back and this brings back how beautiful the place was.
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#6 Tue August 29, 2006 6:47pm

Thanks guys. Didn't think about getting rid of the cars - thats a lot of cloning! Might try it though.
#7 Wed August 30, 2006 8:28pm

This is a beautiful shot. The cars and man made stuff do not bother me one bit. It's a reminder of how majestic this beautiful earth is and how small we are in comparison. (But that's my opinion). You did an excellent job bringing everything into focus. Well done. Smile! Amanda
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#8 Wed August 30, 2006 8:55pm

Absolutely wonderful. I think you should leave the man-made stuff, as it helps transport me to that location, and really adds a sense of scale. It also makes me envious that I'm not one of those people. Don't know why I didn't see this shot earlier, it's so pretty.--Chris
#9 Fri September 1, 2006 1:57pm

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Capturing a mountain range's expanse is hard. This does it well. It's a real shame about all that pavement, though. Have you considered cropping above the main lodge? It'd give it a panoramic aspect ratio (increased feel of sweeping grandeur) while keeping the one relatively unobnoxious hut for scale.
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