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Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL
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Apr 17, 2004, 8:07:18 PM
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Anchorage, Alaska by BlackCrow907 Anchorage, Alaska by BlackCrow907
Anchorage, Alaska
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baba49 Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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AwfulLotOfRunning Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2012
such a pretty shot! Is this from the Coastal trail?
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Aledileo Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2012
Wow! Nice shot!
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Ridlle Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2011
beautiful :)
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Melman64 Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2011
I just want to take that picture of that view so bad!
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LovelyAngelCutie Featured By Owner May 24, 2011  Student Photographer
Lovely! :wow:
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SharahBeara Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2010  Student General Artist
ohh wow soooo beautiful... just one more reason i want to be there ><
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Glasperlenspielerin Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2010
you've captured the city in beautiful light, the contrast of warm and cold colours is lovely, not to mention the basic contrast of sun and snow ;) I feel a panorama might've come in handy in this case and try and keep the rule-of-thirs in mind, maybe, it's usually not a good idea to compose a photo with a central anchor point (like the three buildings, in this case) - if you haven't heard about it you can always look it up here (there are some lovely tutorials on dA) or just google it ;) it's a very valubale basic rule about composition :) apart from that suggestion I really enjoy this photo, though, the mountains are nicely shaped by the light and the foliage in the foreground adds a good sense of depth and perspective. well done, I'd say :clap:
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BlackCrow907 Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2010  Professional Photographer
well thank you for the insight it is very helpful and thank you again :D ;)
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