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A view towards Buachaille Etive Mor, "the great herdsman of Etive", a mountain at the head of Glen Etive, which also marks the entrance to Glen Coe, in the Scottish Highlands.
A fishing access along the Missouri River, taken from a high point of view.
The White Mountains of New Hampshire are once again turning white on top.
The La Sal Mountains just outside of Moab, UT are some of the most scenic I know!
Image Notes: This is a reprise of one of my first really popular images that I had originally shot on an ancient 4 mp Nikon Coolpix 4500. The key was hitting up this place at the right time of year to still have some greens and at least a bit of snow to work with. I used a polarizer and had a fantastic cloudy sky to cap the scape. No HDR on this one, plenty of DR in the -0.33 EV RAW.
"When the sun is shining I can do anything; no mountain is too high, no trouble too difficult to overcome'.
(However, getting up before dawn for a sunrise still kills me lol)
x 3 exposures fused in PM
Stepping from puddle to puddle to avoid the spring melt, Crowfoot Peak cleared at the summit just long enough to get this shot on a moody morning before the rain resumed.
Bow Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada
mountain view taken from capel curig on the way back from llynnau mymbyr along the back route.
A narrow landscape shot with my 70-200 F/4L from the top of Clingman's Dome. I liked how the mountains just seemed to roll on forever. This shot reminds me of one of the stock Windows photos...I happen to like mine better.
My first Explored photo!
Explored on 4/22/11
Mt. Chephren and Lower Waterfowl Lake bracing for an early season snow storm. Love the drama and atmosphere stormy weather provides.
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Pyramid Mountain reflected in Pyramid Lake, taken a couple of weeks ago in Jasper.
One of the many names for the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies: Mt. Robson. Easy to see how it got this nickname. Like Denali, Mt. Robson generates it's own weather, covering it most of the time. Even so I like the mood and the way parts of it poked thru the clouds.
A few more pics of this special mountain in comments.
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The Klondike Highway snakes along the edge of Tutshi Lake in British Columbia’s Stikine Region.
We passed a lot of beautiful mountain scenery as we drove along the south coast of Iceland, on our way to the Jokulsarlon Iceberg Lagoon. As we passed this rather stunning mountain, we made an impromptu bus stop to capture the mountain and its stunning reflection.
Here is another Croporama from last week's sunset shoot on the rocks at Blaauwberg beach. It's definitely not the most amazing image that I've ever taken... but I still like it enough to post it. :)
This was quite a radical crop... it's now less than half the size of the original image... but there's still plenty of detail here... at least 16 megapixels worth! Gotta love that D800!!
Nikon D800, Nikon 14-24mm at 18mm, aperture of f14, with a 1/40th second exposure.
I took it a while ago while staying at the mountains. It's taken with Pentax K-5 and Samyang 85mm f/1.4 (vertically) and stiched together using Hugin software.
If you look closely, you can see snow being blown by strong winds off the slopes.
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Taken well after sunset, the last touch of colorful light can be seen near Mt. Rainier's summit.
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View from Speikboden, South Tyrol, to the Southeast with Parco Naturale Vedrette di Ries-Aurina, Dolomites, Parco Naturale di Fanes-Braies and Plan de Corones
Blick vom Speikboden, Südtirol, nach Südosten auf Naturpark Rieserferner-Ahrn, Dolomiten, Naturpark Fanes-Sennes-Prags und Kronplatz
Photo taken in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, near Newfound Gap. I visited the park in autumn, and the scenery was fantastic. I never did see any of the 1,500 to 1,600 black bears estimated to be in the park, but maybe next time! For now, I'll have to continue getting my bear photos at the zoo!
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The view from the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park. The mountains have their own weather here. Two weather fronts collide in this amazing sky at 8,000 ft. Sorry to post and run but this park has a strong pull.
A view of a mountain in South Tirol captured out of a driving car.
It was incredibly difficult to get nice shots of the mountains without those awful electricity lines! A view from our beautiful B&B
We drove back to England yesterday - 14 hours on the road!!! We are now in Devon with some of our children. Today I had the most awful stomach pains - not what I expected!