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Here's another image from an evening spent at Klondike Lake along the 395 near Big Pine in the Owens River Valley. I know it's very similar to my other image posted from this same night, but I recently wrote my first Singh-Ray blog article (need to email that out as soon as I finish writing this!), and since it is about the Gold-N-Blue polarizer, I figured I'd share another image I made using this specialty filter.
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Google+ has taken a few days to warm up to, but the photos certainly look nice and big (if you share them that way), and the exchange and flow of information seems much better than Facebook. Still learning it, but it could be really something special.
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Tech on the image:
Nikkor 12-24mm @ 16mm
1/5 sec, f11, ISO 200 (a little breezy out)
Singh-Ray Gold-N-Blue polarizer thin mount
Lee .9 Soft GND filter hand held