On a sunny afternoon in early spring: Mount Cheam overtowers the Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge, connecting two small communities divided by the mighty Fraser River. The Fraser River runs from the Canadian Rockies near Mount Robson all the way down to Vancouver (BC) and spills it's muddy waters into the Pacific Ocean. The Fraser serves as waterway to move log-booms downstream to the saw mills in the Fraser Valley and provides the natives with fish for food and revenue.
This is my first photo ever on trekearth and I hope you enjoy this view.
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lonekansan (28) 2006-04-30 1:54
This is a beautiful photograph! I wish I could be there, it looks so peaceful. I love the way you captured the light reflecting off the snow.
shal (944) 2006-04-30 2:32
Welcome to TE,
beautiful compo. and lovely framing,
teh reflections of the bridge off the surface of the still waters looks brilliant,
great POV and DOF,
The line/cloud across the sky looks like a shooting star ;)
danyy (0) 2006-04-30 3:05
Bienvenu sur TE et bravo pour cette première photo vraiment superbe. Les lumières et les couleurs sont parfaites, l'exposition très bien calibrée.
Une très belle région que pas mal de membres de TE nous font visiter.
Trsè bon dimanche à toi.
Marinaio (71) 2006-04-30 3:30
Welcome on TE Michael, your first photo is really good. The snow on mountain makes a very interesting contrast with the brown-green of the low trees, and the reflection of the bridge in the river resumes the light color.
Very good. I wait for new photos
mvdisco (17680) 2006-04-30 11:12
Très jolie photo, de belles couleurs naturelles et bienvenue sur trekearth, Félicitation Michel
itamarberman (137) 2008-12-31 9:53
It is a gorgeous view and you've captured it very well. I am surprised you have received so little attention while completely bland photos are seemingly automatically praised...
- Copyright: Michael Schulz (mischu) (15)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2006-03-04
- Categories: Nature
- Camera: Nikon D 200, Nikkor AF-S DX 18-70mm F/3.5-4.5G IF-ED
- Exposure: f/5.0, 1/125 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2006-04-30 1:18