Don Poulton  

Erratics by Don Poulton

November 2019 - Erratics

November 2019 - Don Poulton

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November 2019 - Don Poulton

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November 2019 - Don Poulton

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About the Image(s)

A couple of months ago, I was on Vancouver Island with my brother when I spotted this giant boulder along the inner passage coastline (I believe geologists call these boulders "erratics"). To tame the high contrast, I shot the usual brackets at 2-stop intervals, and then tone mapped them in Aurora HDR 2019. I straightened the horizon and cropped it a bit, but made no other significant changes.

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3 comments posted

Richard White   Richard White
Don, I really like the subject of the photo. It hits you right in the face and doesn't let go. Only after really looking the the boulder did I then move on to the other aspects of the photo. The detail is great, you did a nice combination of the three photos. Well done!   Posted: 11/16/2019 11:41:17

Paul Moertl   Paul Moertl
I agree with Richard.   Posted: 11/17/2019 15:48:47
Don Poulton   Don Poulton
Thanks, Richard and Paul.   Posted: 11/18/2019 09:09:43