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    It's been nearly a month since my last post...once again. I have been pretty busy with searching for a new job, taking care of a few photo sales (Whoopee!), and spending practically every weekend out shooting! I have quite a few shots to share with you folks and I'm really REALLY looking forward to getting caught up on all your streams! Thanks in advance for your comments.

    This is sunrise out at Crater Lake. This was taken the weekend after we had the coldest temperatures of 2010 in the Northwest thus far...Crater Lake received 15 inches of fresh snow. My buddy and I went snowshoeing East a mile and a half or so along the rim for sunset, then West along the rim to Discovery Point for Sunrise. Conditions were amazing to say the least! This was my first time to our state's only national park and will most definitely not be the last. I loved visiting this place.

    UPDATE: I know a few of you know...this shot was chosen as an honorable mention in Outdoor Photographer Magazine's Nature's Colors contest. Thought I would share that with you and move this shot to the front of my stream. I'm pretty stoked :-) Congrats to the winners!

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    1. Jesse Estes 50 months ago | reply

      Awesome Dan! Congrats on the magazine too. I still haven't gotten a decent image from here. Let me know if you are planning to head back anytime soon.

    2. Eric.Vogt 50 months ago | reply

      Congrats for the honorable mention Dan! Certainly well deserved! This shot is so, so sweet! Superb color and a fantastic comp. Not bad for your first visit!

    3. little m:) 50 months ago | reply

      so if andrew kumler is the king of waterfalls and jesse estes is the river rock long exposure god~ you are by far the master of snowy exquisite'ness!

      luvs~just had to come back and say that:)

    4. Project Dreamland 50 months ago | reply

      I seen your image in Outdoor Photographer, Congrats!! Spectacular shot!

    5. Lissyanne (fighting pain daily) 50 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous...I really miss snowshowing. I may be able to take it back up now that my spine's been fused. Photos like this really make miss it.

    6. Andrew Curtis 50 months ago | reply

      Awesome scene.

    7. joe defao 50 months ago | reply

      Love the dark pre-dawn blues in this. Nice shot Dan!

    8. PHOTOROTA 50 months ago | reply

      Awful beauty.

    9. ~ Aaron Reed ~ 50 months ago | reply

      Congrats again Dan!!!!

    10. cup4tml 50 months ago | reply

      Congrats, a beautiful shot!

    11. Dan Sherman 50 months ago | reply

      Thanks so much everyone :-D

    12. AlpineZonePhotography [deleted] 50 months ago | reply

      fantastic work, love the cool feel and sunlight on the horizon.

    13. Konejita 50 months ago | reply

      Congrats Dan and double arghh.

    14. Aaron Eakin 50 months ago | reply

      Wow, that is awesome! Yeah, saw that you got honorable mention. That's so great! Very well deserved.

    15. navdog 50 months ago | reply

      That's some tasty leftovers Dan. I really enjoyed my visit there last summer... even with all the clear sunny weather.

    16. palegreenstarz 49 months ago | reply

      Opened up my OP today and this image looks familiar :) Great shot and congrats!!

    17. aaronpryor photography 49 months ago | reply

      Seen in
      Photographers' Choice~Hall of Fame

      amazing colour...... great shot.

    18. thomas.michael. 49 months ago | reply

      this is amazing

    19. mapleeye 47 months ago | reply

      wow is this breathtaking

    20. John Finnan 44 months ago | reply

      Beautiful !!!

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