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Bow lake, Alberta. CanadaMarch 2008
One of the most stunning settings ever…
alberta, bow, canada, clouds, frozen, ice, lake, mountain, paul, sky, snow, tupman
This is a stunning black and white image Paul – i love the drama of the clouds and how the light cuts across the image – it is so straight and direct it almost looks like it has divided the trees from the rest of the landscape. This is yet another image in which i feel the cold and the majestic beauty.
Thanks so much Deb.. from the whole trip, this had to be the most majestic setting!Actually this is a desaturated version of the colour original, verging on black and white but with some of the blue tones still lurking in the sky which I feel really adds to the feeling of the cold. Thanks again.. :-)
– Paul Tupman
WOWOW!!! So breathtaking!!
WOWOW!!!… Thanks Jean! :-)
Wooooooooooooooooooo perfect…I do love this and also just the hint of dark blue/black on the left…yep! stunning image from atalented chap……well done 10/10
Thank you soooooooooo much Traceyanne.. I really appreciate all of your comments! :-)
i guess from my view if you can give still more a touch of navy or dark blue to this pic it will create even more magic to the viewer with its indebth openness and crystal clearity…its just my vision else you are the master….
Thank you again Shree for your comment… I appreciate your insight into the colour of the piece.. it was a black and white looking image with the subtle blue tones that I wanted to create, but can understand how others may prefer more colour.. :-)
Breathtaking : ) well done.
Stunning setting indeed. And such a great capture of it!
Wow. That’s all I’ve got Paul…just wow.
Thank you Sarah.. it certainly was breathtaking to be there..