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Len Saltiel
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Snowy Reflection - Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Headed out to Washington State to shoot Mount Rainier for a couple of days and then on to the Palouse, a key item on my bucket list. Will be offline for a couple of days.

In the meantime, here is an image from my recent trip to the Tetons where we were surprised to see some snow. This shot is from an abandoned dude ranch named Elk Ranch.
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Houseboats - Lake Powell, Arizona

A scouting trip to the Wahweap Marina outside of Page gave me a preview of the beauty that is in northern Arizona. The houseboats are available for rent by the week.

For more information about this photo, check out my blog post at http://lensaltiel.com/blog/houseboats-1
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Life and Death - Spring City, Pennsylvania

Quick thoughts of Lightroom 6's new HDR Merge process. If you are looking to create more natural looking HDR's, then I think that the new LR Merge process is for you. If you are looking for pushing the limits of HDR processing, then Photomatix is still the right tool. When I do process HDR (not often anymore), I lean toward a natural looking result, so LR's HDR Merge process will probably be the one that I use.
This photo from the abandoned Pennshurst Asylum was processed in Lightroom 6.

For more details about this image and Lightroom's HDR Merge process, check out my blog post at http://lensaltiel.com/blog/life-and-death
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I agree that the LR6 merged files do look more natural. Cool shot too! 
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Grand Canal - Venice, Italy

Walking around Venice simply fascinates me and I can't walk a few steps without taking another shot. My favorite is the view from the Rialto Bridge shown here.

For more information about this photo, check out my blog post at http://lensaltiel.com/blog/grand-canal
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Agree something magical happen when there....been in Venezia many times....never getting tired to visit....
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Snow Melt-Off - Acadia National Park, Maine

The long New England winter had the snow melt in full force on Jordan Stream in Acadia National Park a couple of weeks ago. The scene called for some long exposure goodness.

For more information about this photo, check out my blog post at http://lensaltiel.com/blog/snow-melt-off
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Awesome long exposure shot, Len!
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Classic New England - Rockport, Massachusetts

New England is home to quaint towns and villages. One of my favorites is home to the famous Motif No. 1 - one of the most photographed and painted fishing shacks in the US, if not the world.

For more information about this photo, check out my blog post at http://lensaltiel.com/blog/classic-new-england
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Home sweet home !   For those who don't know this is MOTIF # 1 and is in my hometown.  Famous and I can walk down to here...(well on a good day)  LOL!!
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Memorial - American Cemetery, Normandy, France

No place signifies the sacrifices that Memorial Day conjures than the American Cemetery, situated above the beaches of Normandy. One only has to look at all of the grave markers to appreciate what D-Day must have been like. Quite a somber place.
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Strata - Badlands National Park, South Dakota

The ruggedness and rock formations of the Badlands are made more interesting when viewing the lines of strata. They seem to make perfect parallel lines in the formations.

For more information about this photo, check out my blog post at http://lensaltiel.com/blog/strata
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My thoughts exactly +Richard Siggins. I just love the Badlands and its amazing formations.
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Prince of Wales Hotel - Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta

One of the best kept secrets in Alberta, this National Park that sits above Glacier National Park in Montana. This is the starting point of the Canadian Rockies. The Prince of Wales Hotel is one of the Canada's "grand railway hotels".
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Stare Down - Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

I am with +Jeff Clow ​ on his earliest Grand Teton Photo Tour yet. This is the time that the animals move out of their hibernation with their babies. While not a wildlife photographer, I hope I get a few shots like this one I snagged last year when I was exploring Rocky Mountain National Park.

For more information about this photo, check out my blog post at http://lensaltiel.com/blog/stare-down-rocky-mounatin-national-park-colorado
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Shadow Mountain View - Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

New Lightroom 6 Panorama Merge Functionality

I am heading out today to Grand Teton National Park for 5 days and thought I would post an 18 shot panorama that was processed using Lightroom 6's new Panorama process. All things considered, it did a terrific job stitching the photos together.

For more information on this photo and how LR 6 worked, check out my blog post at http://lensaltiel.com/blog/shadow-mountain-view
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Spring Thaw - Jordan Pond, Acadia National Park, Maine

Moving on from last weeks "Lighthouse Week" on my Google+ page, we head up the coast to the rugged Acadia National Park. Given the terrible winter we had in New England, I was hoping that the roads in the park were passable. They were although the trails were less so. The snow and ice was still present but the spring thaw had started at Jordan Pond.

For more information about this photo, check out my blog post at http://lensaltiel.com/blog/spring-thaw
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    2007 - present
    Retired early from corporate life to pursue travel and photography.
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