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Re: Warm Lights Reflection at Oxbow Bend

Post by WingShooter » Sun Jul 23, 2017 3:30 am

Thanks Minnie, Still playing around with PP trying different ways.



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Very nice. I like this one even better than the pano with the pinks, but I'm a sucker for these warm oranges on Mt Moran. Oxbow Bend at sunrise is a photographer's dream especially when Mother Nature gives you some clouds to work with. I hope you're printing these?

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Post by St3v3M » Fri Jul 28, 2017 2:27 am

WingShooter wrote:Warm Lights Reflection at Oxbow Bend

As a landscape photographer, all I will say is WOW! S-
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Post by St3v3M » Fri Jul 28, 2017 2:28 am

WingShooter wrote:Piet, I got up at 4:30AM and drove 30 plus miles from Jackson to Oxbow Bend. I came scary close to hitting a moose and slowed down three time because of elk standing on the road plus other animals flying or running in front of the truck.
Just getting to Oxbow Bend was the hard part the rest was easy. April to May is when the animals start the migration from the refuge back to the summer pastures. Buffalo, elk and moose are on the move is not a time to get in a hurry on a dark road in the Tetons. The night time speed limit was 45 and I slowed to 30 after that moose came running out the dark and crossed maybe 15 feet in front of the truck. So I was lucky to be in the right place and not bleeding on the side of the road with a moose in my lap. Then on road to Oxbow there were flashing signs warning of grizzlies bears crossing the road and the next day one did crossed safely in daylight front of me.

We're going to have to hang out. You have too much fun just getting to the shoot. Love it! S-
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Post by WingShooter » Fri Jul 28, 2017 12:35 pm

It was close to being a 10 out of 10 morning but the mind blowing color as to the left over Schwabacher's Landing.

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As a landscape photographer, all I will say is WOW! S-

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Post by WingShooter » Fri Jul 28, 2017 12:40 pm

Get a group together and I would be glad to share learned knowledge of the area.


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WingShooter wrote:Piet, I got up at 4:30AM and drove 30 plus miles from Jackson to Oxbow Bend. I came scary close to hitting a moose and slowed down three time because of elk standing on the road plus other animals flying or running in front of the truck.
Just getting to Oxbow Bend was the hard part the rest was easy. April to May is when the animals start the migration from the refuge back to the summer pastures. Buffalo, elk and moose are on the move is not a time to get in a hurry on a dark road in the Tetons. The night time speed limit was 45 and I slowed to 30 after that moose came running out the dark and crossed maybe 15 feet in front of the truck. So I was lucky to be in the right place and not bleeding on the side of the road with a moose in my lap. Then on road to Oxbow there were flashing signs warning of grizzlies bears crossing the road and the next day one did crossed safely in daylight front of me.

We're going to have to hang out. You have too much fun just getting to the shoot. Love it! S-

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Post by St3v3M » Fri Jul 28, 2017 3:41 pm

WingShooter wrote:Get a group together and I would be glad to share learned knowledge of the area.

I look forward to it! S-
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Post by rmalarz » Sun Jul 30, 2017 4:12 am

Absolutely beautiful. What a great scene to come upon with a camera.
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Post by WingShooter » Mon Jul 31, 2017 1:04 pm

Thanks Bob for looking.


rmalarz wrote:Absolutely beautiful. What a great scene to come upon with a camera.
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