Climbing Mount Feathertop

Rob Leach climbing Mt Feathertop (Victoria, Australia) in winter, with ridge after blue ridge behind. A perfect day!

  • View Factory 5y

    That a great look. Love the composition!
  • oar_square 4y

    Perfect shot on a perfect day.
    This area seems very sparsely populated.
  • janet farthing 4y

    I love the composition on this photo. I am an artist and wondered if I could use this for reference. I would of course be using artistic licence and attributing it to yourself. All the best and I wish I had your talent. Jan Farthing x
  • sangoi_tejas 2y

    Its a beautiful photo. I am running a social venture ( where 75% of the money raised through images is donated to charitable causes. Would it be appropriate if I use a retouched version of this photo as the background image of a beautiful quotation for SmilingStart? I will be linking it back to you.

    Thanks. Tejas Sangoi.
  • BK 2y

    Thank you so much for sharing this 'WOW' shot and for making it available under Creative Commons License. I have used it with a quote from Harold B. Melchart at Symphony of Love's Facebook page and I have also shared this edited version with the quote at:

    Live your life each day as you would climb a mountain. An occasional glance towards the summit keeps the goal in mind, but many beautiful scenes are to be observed from each new vantage point. by symphony of love

    Thank you and have a great day!

    Infinite Gratitude, Blessings, and Love,
  • Gmcsmith 1y

    Great shot. I'm using your photo at and will be linking back to you.
  • fl4mers 1y

    Thank you so much for sharing this amazing picture. I used an edited version for a motivational blog post of mine and I hope I've done it justice! You can take a look here: RJ's Motivation Corner: Never Give Up =D
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Taken on February 25, 2010
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