Grandeur  by Lucinda Walter
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Waterfall of the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone in black & white.

  1. Featured in The World As We See It , or as we missed it.Double Feature 6.22.2012
  2. Featured in Lakes and Inland Waterways one per day, focal point – the water! 7.8.2012
  3. Top Ten Winner – B&W Photography 4 You – The B&W Photography 4 You Winner’s Choice Challenge #14 – ‘The Power of Nature’ 7.23.2012
  4. Featured in The Great Outdoors 8.13.2012

Edited in PS6 & OnOne Perfect Effects & Tiffen DFX.
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  • Lucinda Walter
    Lucinda Walteralmost 3 years ago

  • John Holding
    John Holdingalmost 3 years ago

    What a landscape!!!!

  • Thanks much, friend. Thanks also for the favorite.

    – Lucinda Walter

  • CanyonWind
    CanyonWindalmost 3 years ago

    Almost Ansel Adams. One thing missing ?
    Hugs.
    POP’s

  • WooHoo!! Thanks much POP’s for the Double Feature & wonderful comment! I so love Ansel’s work!!! HUGS!!!

    – Lucinda Walter

  • Hi POP’s I’ve been thinking about the question of yours – One thing missing ? – Would have to be the sky?? Correct? Looking at his work on landscapes it seems like there was always a sky in his photos.

    – Lucinda Walter

  • RKGeorge
    RKGeorgealmost 3 years ago

    very nice work…

  • Thank you very much, Richard.

    – Lucinda Walter

  • Joseph  Tillman
    Joseph Tillmanalmost 3 years ago

    This is absolutely stunning Lucinda. A fav.

  • Hi Joe, Thank you so very much for your comment & also for the favorite. Much appreciated.

    – Lucinda Walter

  • Ben Loveday
    Ben Lovedayalmost 3 years ago

    wow, very powerful image.

  • Ben, thank you very much!

    – Lucinda Walter

  • Vitta
    Vittaalmost 3 years ago

    OUTSTANDING WORK!!!!!!!

  • Thank you very much dear Vitta.

    – Lucinda Walter

  • Aase
    Aasealmost 3 years ago

    Excellent work Lucinda:-)

  • Dear Aase, thank you very much.

    – Lucinda Walter

  • Charmiene Maxwell-batten
    Charmiene Maxw...almost 3 years ago

    stunning work Lucinda!

  • Dear Charmiene, Thank you very much.

    – Lucinda Walter

  • lucin
    lucinalmost 3 years ago

    Both of these posts are grand. The bw really delivers the feel of the sweep and depth of the canyon to me. Seeing these two together really confirms for me the power of black and white.

  • Hi lucin, B/W or color?? sometimes I really love both. But this one called for a b/w version also. You really look into a photo when it is done in b/w. Thanks so much for your wonderful comments. Much appreciated!

    – Lucinda Walter

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