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Thanks , I will be happy to see .
Do you use lightroom? And did you used noise reduction for this one?
Dang, sorry about that. I did mean to mention. LightRoom and Photoshop. I really only use photoshop to do things like content aware fill if needed, pushing shadows and highlights a bit more than LR allows for, and sometimes adding a light Orton Effect. On the falls photo, I think that I may have added a bit of Orton Effect layer followed by Smart Sharpen on combined layers after.
 

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Benageber Reservoir, Spain
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Three views of Mount Rundle from Policeman's Creek, Canmore, Alberta
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Honeymoon Arch, Monument Valley...Actually in the area know as "Mystery Valley" and to access this area you need to be with a tour guide.

H. A. is a huge arch with a steep access to scramble up in order to take interior photos. Inside the "lip" of the arch are Native American ruins which you do not see until nearly inside the arch. I'm including several photos from both outside and inside the arch looking out in order to best show the ruins and arch
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Sunrise view of Mount Rundle from Policeman's Creek, Canmore, Alberta.
I was trying out HR on the E-M1.2 but forgot to check the file format and got stuck with 50m F rather than 50m F + RAW. This is the resulting JPG with some edits.
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I used to work with someone that had worked at the Aspen Airport. She described the climb-out gradient from that airport as extreme. I see what she was talking about.
As far as I know they always land coming towards and takeoff heading away from the viewer there. I would hate to be on a botched landing that needed a redo though.

Because it’s a landscape thread - the view towards the wilderness on the other side of Aspen Mountain.

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