photo sharing and upload picture albums photo forums search pictures popular photos photography help login
Barbara Read and Fred Schaad | all galleries >> Canadian Landscapes >> Canadian Rockies >> Banff National Park > Mt. Rundle Reflection
previous | next
Mt. Rundle Reflection
June 2006 Barbara Read

Mt. Rundle Reflection

Banff National Park

Fred and I spent some time at Vermillion Lakes, just outside of Banff hoping to get some nice sunset
photos. This shot was taken before sunset. The sunset was disappointing, but at least we got a few
shots earlier when the lake was calm and there was nice light on the mountains.

Comments and feedback always appreciated.

Canon EOS 5D ,Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
Tripod, cable release, circular polarizer full exif

other sizes: small medium original
comment
Yiannis Pavlis15-Dec-2012 21:35
Beautiful work and a very well executed photo. Wonderful scene.V
Milos Markovic10-Feb-2008 12:51
Breathtaking scenery,
excellent photo!
v.
Tony 29-Oct-2007 04:06
Great lighting and composition !!
Reflections by Ruth24-Feb-2007 09:00
OMG Barb, this has to be one of the most beautiful perspectives I have seen of Mt. Rundle, the flowers in the foreground and that special last light hitting the mountain, this is a magical place :)
my fingers are always stuck on the vote button while viewing both of your galleries :))
robwooly04-Feb-2007 09:55
Truely just beautiful ,V.
Guest 06-Aug-2006 14:56
another fantastic wide angle shot. the only think that holds this picture back from being 10/10 is the distortion of the wide angle lens on the flowers to the bottom left corner and cloud is a bit stretched... the camera probably wasn't level with the ground. but overall I like it very much.
Shirley Wang05-Aug-2006 14:11
Lovely! V.
Mindy McNaugher05-Aug-2006 03:15
Breathtaking landscape! Magnificent light, depth, reflections and mood! Vote!
Gary Coffman04-Aug-2006 21:11
I really like the DOF you achived here. Great photo!
Eugene 23-Jul-2006 03:20
Does this look better with a veritical crop? I am not sure. Will have to see to know for sure. Nevertheless I think this is an outstanding landscape.