Whirlpool Point, Kootenay Plains Alberta shot with the Sigma DP1x point-n-shoot camera.
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Beautiful shot. I have always said a good photographer can get a great shot from almost any equipment, but I’m still surprised that you got that from a compact camera.
Very nice. I love the look of the ice on the lake. You must of used an ND grad for this one?
Awesome shot Darwin! I love the foreground and the great colour.
Really like the pale blue and yellow here! Everything in this photo is stunning and magnificent.
Very nice Colors Darwin, the thin ice sure makes the Reflections have a sheen to them
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