I had friday off so I went back to improve the shot I had of the tree overhanging Bow River. I put my insolated rubber boots on so I could walk further into the river and headed off about 500 meters up the river in the dark walking through the river.
Fortunately it was just under freezing and the morning was beautiful.
Unfortunately, I grabbed the wrong camera (7d instead of 5dii) out of my car5 and did not discover this until 20 minutes before sunrise while standing in the river. So all of these shots are with ts-17 with 5 x 3 shots (3 autobracket portrait orientated x 5 to get the whole river and mountain in), then stitched with photoshop.
The light was still not as good as it could be so I have to go back.
Comments and feedback is appreciated. Scott
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1 of 4 - "My tree and the Castle from the Bow River"
Canon EOS 7D TS-E17mm f/4L lens 17mm f/11.0 1/20s 100 ISO 0.0 EV
2 of 4 Looking west - past "my tree"
Canon EOS 7D TS-E17mm f/4L lens 17mm f/11.0 1/50s 100 ISO 0.0 EV
3 of 4 - Looking East - "My tree"
Canon EOS 7D TS-E17mm f/4L lens 17mm f/11.0 1/250s 100 ISO 0.0 EV
4 of 4 - Under the Bridge Classic Shot
Canon EOS 7D TS-E17mm f/4L lens 17mm f/11.0 1/80s 100 ISO 0.0 EV