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Lower Mammoth - Yellowstone

November 24th, 2010

This photo was taken in the morning hours at Yellowstone National Park. The location is at the Mammoth Springs on the North side of the park.

Nikon D2Xs, AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR II, Polarizer.

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Posted By: Daddy_Gemini
about 11 years, 6 months ago
I like it because it's different. If you change the colors a bit and put a big planet or moon in the upper-right it would almost look like an alien world. I love the rich minerals in the soil, rock and geyser flow and the colors and textures we see from them. The composition has an a-symmetrical yin-yang thing going on. The best part of this in my opinion though is the morning steam (dust?) blowing over the cliff's edge. (Correct me if I'm wrong in any of these observations)

There's a dark band at the very top that is a little bit annoying, but can easily be removed by cloning or cropping. I wish there was like one dense cloud halfway in the frame in the upper-right for a little more balance but it has decent balance as is. Anyways, thanks a lot dlbdata keep shooting! =)
about 11 years, 5 months ago
The whole frame should have been shifted to the right to create better view of the running down slope--walking to the right and shooting to the right and slightly down and maybe even against the sun would have produced better picture. Good job on the polarizer use--it is definitely needed here.

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