Day: October 9, 2013

Buttertown Storehouse

The northern lights were out this morning in my pre-dawn walk around High Level – ice crystals are in the air; with last night’s heavy billowing clouds we’re nearing our first snowfall. Here, an image contains two end-points of high dynamic range editing; curiously,… Continue Reading “Buttertown Storehouse”

Mountainous Depth

This high dynamic range image is a final outlook over the valley that leads north and east into McLure, British Columbia. Depth within the image is created overlapping elements within the composition, the mountain forming the background is overlapped by the central mountain, then… Continue Reading “Mountainous Depth”

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