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Friday, February 13, 2009

I captured these elk in Colorado on Trail Ridge Road this past summer. Trail Ridge Road is the highest continuous motorway in the United States, with more than eight miles lying above 11,000' and a maximum elevation of 12,183'. I’m not much of a wildlife photographer but thought this was a good enough catch to share.

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EXIF Data:
| Camera: PENTAX K10D
| Focal Length: 200 mm
| Exposure: 1/180 sec
| Aperture: f 11
| ISO: 200
| Flash: Not Fired

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  • Nick on Saturday, March 21, 2009
    Very neat composition.. You surely got his attention.

  • Claude on Friday, August 07, 2009
    Neat shot. How did you get them to pose for you like that? You got them in just the right position.
    You could either crop some of the grass in the foreground, or darken it a bit.
Hey!

Hey!


Friday, February 13, 2009

I captured these elk in Colorado on Trail Ridge Road this past summer. Trail Ridge Road is the highest continuous motorway in the United States, with more than eight miles lying above 11,000' and a maximum elevation of 12,183'. I’m not much of a wildlife photographer but thought this was a good enough catch to share.

Tags & Categories

EXIF Data:
| Camera: PENTAX K10D
| Focal Length: 200 mm
| Exposure: 1/180 sec
| Aperture: f 11
| ISO: 200
| Flash: Not Fired

Histogram

Histogram

Latest Comment

 

  • Nick on Saturday, March 21, 2009
    Very neat composition.. You surely got his attention.

  • Claude on Friday, August 07, 2009
    Neat shot. How did you get them to pose for you like that? You got them in just the right position.
    You could either crop some of the grass in the foreground, or darken it a bit.


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