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    Default Winter Cave on Georgian Bay

    An extreme wide angle view inside a cave in late winter on the Georgian Bay shoreline at Ontario's Bruce Peninsula National Park along the Niagara Escarpment.

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    Very Different Image. The upper part of the image looks a bit washed out but I do not know if the scene is as it is...

    I like the ice in the foreground.

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    Neat frame. I like it. The ice is the front gives some nice depth to the image. Details look nice as well. That must be a fun lens to play around with.

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    Thanks for the comments guys, much appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krishna Prasad kotti View Post
    Very Different Image. The upper part of the image looks a bit washed out but I do not know if the scene is as it is...

    I like the ice in the foreground.

    TFS
    Thanks Krishna...there is a large opening at the back of the cave that is allowing light inside to light up the upper part of the image, but perhaps I could darken it a touch :)

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    I lke this as presented. Did you do anything with a longer lens from a higher perspecitve? I ask because I like the upper part pof the image especially the blue ice on the right ...

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