Light on Mt Rundle

© Kenneth Y. Kwan

Light on Mt Rundle

Uploaded: February 17, 2003


Canon Elan 7e, EF 50mm f/1.8, Fuji Sensia 100, polarizer, ND grad, f/8, on tripod.
Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.


Ronald Balthazor February 17, 2003

Tremendous shot. This is just breathtaking. For my own edification did you happen to take the same photo without the ND graduated filter? I'd really like to see what difference the filter made. #23088

Duane Carter May 26, 2019

Awesome, just awesome. Color, composition, lighting you got all, great work! Duane C. #54690

Murry Grigsby May 26, 2019

Beautiful work, Kenneth. Great light and colors. #54721

Karen Seargeant May 26, 2019


Elaine M. Johnson May 26, 2019

Love it! and all the above.

Elaine #54916

Donna J. Eaton May 26, 2019

Terrific sky and the light is beautiful! Outstanding capture! #54975

Darren K. Fisher May 26, 2019

Such a breath taking image!!!! #55095

Damian P. Gadal May 26, 2019

Stunning! #55097

Lem Metro May 26, 2019

Razor sharp treatment of some of the most compelling mountains I have seen. Beautiful photo, Kenneth. Very beautiful! #55141

May 26, 2019

Exceptional Work! #55183

Jill Battaglia May 26, 2019

Excellent!!! #55318

Viveca Venegas level-deluxe May 26, 2019

Simply Precious, a winner. Viveca. #55345

Mark Oxley May 26, 2019

Magnificent!! Could not be bettered! #55901

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