Ice on the North Saskatchewan River at Whirlpool Point, Alberta. Sigma DP1x point-n-shoot. The yellow reflection is from a cloud lit up by the sunset sky.
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This is beautiful!
Ice is nice:)
This is a very nice photo, the separate chunks of ice lead the eyes up to the reflected glow of the sun in the water.
This sigma point and shoot is doing extremely well 🙂 Any post manipulation? or as in camera? Any filters used for this image? Great pic Darwin, I can FEEL the cold
This is an in-camera JPEG with a curve added in Photoshop in post. No filters etc.
Beautiful detail and tones. That Sigma is looking like an impressive beast. Exciting times in the crop-sensor point-and-shoot market. Can’t wait to see what the Big C and Big N have to “say”.
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