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Snake River Storm Clouds

Postby WingShooter » Mon Jul 17, 2017 12:53 pm

Storm clouds dance across the highest peaks of the Cathedral Range of the Grand Tetons.
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Re: Snake River Storm Clouds

Postby Charles Haacker » Mon Jul 17, 2017 3:19 pm

Stunningly gorgeous! My late wife was a Wyoming girl. We've been inside the park a couple of times, and also on the "back" side coming from Idaho, but we've never been to this overlook. Is the overlook inside the park boundary? And did you split-tone this? It appears very monochrome but I discern some deep, dark green in the trees. Wow. Wotta shot. You had to be freezing. :S
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Re: Snake River Storm Clouds

Postby WingShooter » Mon Jul 17, 2017 3:36 pm

Thanks Chuck, It is a overlook on the main highway US191 and it is called the "Snake River Overlook". I use light room in the HSL adjustment and I take the Blue saturation slider to the minus side. It was not that cold maybe 50s. I noticed the Wyoming girls are special type of woman tuff but amazing like the Tetons.

Charles Haacker wrote:Stunningly gorgeous! My late wife was a Wyoming girl. We've been inside the park a couple of times, and also on the "back" side coming from Idaho, but we've never been to this overlook. Is the overlook inside the park boundary? And did you split-tone this? It appears very monochrome but I discern some deep, dark green in the trees. Wow. Wotta shot. You had to be freezing. :S


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