Oxbow Mirror

My previous post gave you the sunset at Oxbow Bend so I couldn’t resist and processed one of my shot from the morning sunrise at Oxbow Bend.  Oxbow Bend in the morning is like glass.  It’s almost a perfect mirror of water and so you can understand why so many photographers go to this spot to take a picture of this classic spot.  Most of the other photographers stayed up top on the platform, but I ventured down to water level for this shot. It’s such a beautiful place, something everyone should see once in their lifetime.  Hopefully from this picture you can understand why Horace Albright fought so hard to have this land preserved as a national park.

Oxbow Mirror - ©Rick Louie Photography - All Rights Reserved.

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Capture Notes:

  • Camera:  Canon EOS 5D Mk II
  • Lens:  Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM
  • ISO: 50
  • Focal Length:  70mm
  • Aperture:  f/16
  • Shutter Speed: 0.8 sec.
  • Post Processing:  Aperture – Various minor adjustments, cropped to 16X9 format and sized for the web.
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  • Wow, this is so serene and beautiful. I like that you can see where a fish came to the surface and the little stick on the right. Super work!

  • I saw the IG pic, it’s cool to see the finished product!

  • Great shot! Love the lighting, just an amazing scene. Well done on the capture!