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New Worlds by Thomas-Koidhis New Worlds by Thomas-Koidhis
Second hike out to Pelican Rapids the morning after my first trip was pretty intense. We missed the best of the morning light because we got held up in town but it was still well worth it!

In case anyone wonders - this is a small part of a river, one of the largest in the world.



Tons of detail in the print file, over 18,000 pixels across and 5455 tall in this 10 image stitch which makes it nearly a 99.6 Megapixel image :D Full view for best sharpness ;)

CPL and 2 stop soft GND
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EverythingDesign Apr 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
is this the channel that everyone used to float down? god, what year was this taken? I can't remember the last time I saw the water that high...
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:iconthomas-koidhis:
Hey Chelsea! I've had to say this a lot often cause I've neglected DA terribly, but I am SOOO sorry for taking...over a month?? to respond to you. But you are the first =P I haven't gone an apologized to everybody else yet this time around. Annnyways, it was taken early summer 2011. The water level is usually high earlier in the season like that and kind of goes down until freeze-up.

One year, in fact I think it was in 2011, something was up down south, flooding I heard, and of course the Slave is basically the drain for all of the waterways of Canada, so the water level was higher than I've ever seen.

When I get around to it I'll post some shots of it in my scraps, but for imagination purposes, the Rocks were completely submerged. Not kidding! And the high water level had picked up all the driftwood that had clung to the banks and settled on the granite so if you went to the lookout all you would see is thousands and thousands of logs floating in the river, it was kind of freaky honestly..
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greglief Feb 18, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Awesome!
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:iconcorpseweles:
Whao, print it for the Airport ! Really nice one, good job mate
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danUK86 Jun 27, 2011   General Artist
great shot, fantastic quality :D
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danUK86 Jul 1, 2011   General Artist
no probs :)
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