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Utah Lake from two perspectives

psf914

Traverse City, US
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psf914 Registered since 11th Oct 2007
Mon 03-Dec-12 11:46 PM

The Winter weather has provided lots of great landscape photo ops around this part of the country with dramatic skies and mountains. Utah Lake shown here runs parallel to Highway 15 from north of Orem all the way South beyond Payson. The lakeshore changes dramatically from mile to mile and on both the east and west shoreline. Drove most of it over the weekend and picked up a couple shots in the Winter light. This again is another spot where you find little traffic and lots of time to pull over and photograph without interference. Makes for a very enjoyable day.

D800E with Nikon 24-120 F4 both shot at ISO 100 and F11 38mm

Peter

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