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Congratulations to Eric Bowles for his winning image Ghost Tress in the mist in the Fog contest. His winning image has been added to the Landscape Winners Gallery
Albert J Valentino Nikonian Moderator Emeritus Vantage Point ImagesMastery of Composition is the Key to Great Photography
Great shot,Eric. Congratulations.Rick
Very nice Eric.
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Congratulatons Eric, a fine image indeed.Charlie...stalking lightNikonians Team Member
Congrats Eric! As I previously wrote, it is one of the most amazing photos I've seen!
Congratulations, Eric! A truly extraordinary image.Russ
Well deserved, Eric. Congratulations.Darryl
Eric-Very well done! Congratulations.
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Bravo, Eric! This is a wonderful image deserving the recognition it has received. Well done!Mark
Good job Eric.
Great job Eric!BarryNikonians Gallery
Wonderful shot, Eric.Jon KandelA New York City Nikonian and Team MemberPlease visit my website and critique the images!
Well done indeed Eric.
Well deserved as the standout among very worthy competitors. I love the range of black and white tones as well as the blend of softness and detail within the scene.
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Great shot, Eric. Congratulations.
Gerold - Nikonian in East FrisiaEala Freya Fresena
Congrats and well done Eric!
Fine work, Eric! Congratulations on the win.
DeanPhoenix, Arizona USANikonians Team MemberWebsite: The Splendid Silence of Light Recent Trips: Grand Canyon 2012 Glen Canyon 2012 West Clear Creek
Thanks, everyone. I appreciate the very kind words.Sorry about my late reply - I just returned from the NANPA Nature Photography Summit.If you ever get a chance, Yellowstone is an amazing place in the winter. It's really quite accessible. You just have to be prepared for the cold weather.Eric BowlesNikonians TeamMy GalleryWorkshopsNikonians membership — my most important photographic investment, after the camera