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Re: Big Horn Mountains canyon scene

and you didn't call ??

what software you using ? that looks like Wallrock creek above Sheridan.
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    Re: Big Horn Mountains canyon scene

    One of the small canyons on the south side of Hywy 14A, just west of its junction with 14 up on top of the northern end of the Big Horns. Maybe 8 miles west of the Bear Lodge Resort where I usually stay.

    The software is Photomatix Pro. HDR, or High Dynamic Range software.

    It reduces the dynamic range or contrast in the scene. This image is a combination of 5 different shots done with different exposures.
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    Re: Big Horn Mountains canyon scene

    Len you are the Master. Great photo!!!!! Thanks for sharing it with us.
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    Re: Big Horn Mountains canyon scene

    LOL.... that is what I thought. That is our old cow camp country. Our cabin is on Bull Creek, right above Bear Lodge. Those cows in the picture are Larry's ! Spent many summers riding that side of the mtn.

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    I missed a 4x4 with my crossbow on Bull Creek! The next day I checked my sight and found I was shooting 6 inches high at 82 yards, I shot over it. The 3rd day I shot a doe at 72 yards a mile or so west of there.
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    Re: Big Horn Mountains canyon scene

    Big Horn Mountains of northern Wyoming - From image It seems to be one of the best place. In real, It's true.
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    Re: Big Horn Mountains canyon scene

    Nice picture of Wall Rock Creek Len. I hunted those areas this last year with archery tackle and found an unfortunate scene in Bull Creek. A pack of 5 wolves had moved into the upper end of the drainage and seemed fairly established in there.
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