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Sockeye creek glacial runoff

This is a discussion on Sockeye creek glacial runoff within the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; this creek runs through a cedar grove and in to birkenhead lake, there was a nice fresh grizzly bear print ...

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    this creek runs through a cedar grove and in to birkenhead lake, there was a nice fresh grizzly bear print very close by.

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    and another picture from same spot




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    looks like a nice spot. Love the silky water, looking at your EXIF data, I would of been tempted to rest your camera on something (or take a tripod) lower the iso to 100 and keep the shutter open longer to compensate.

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    ya thanks for the suggestions Richard, I was going to use my tripod but forgot it back at camp, and ended up with a bunch of motion blurred pictures. These pictures are the few that turned out. Oh well I guess there is always next year.



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    Richard gives good advice here!

    I dig shot 2 in this set!
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    Bloody good shots considering the shutter speed of 1/4 - 1/5 sec!

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    I love the movement of the water. Good capture.
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    #2 and #3 are pretty cool to my eye. Nice!
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    Thanks guys for your compliments ,your encouragement makes me want to go shoot more pictures. I definatley wont forget my tripod when I go back to that spot next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turns View Post
    Thanks guys for your compliments ,your encouragement makes me want to go shoot more pictures. I definatley wont forget my tripod when I go back to that spot next year.
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