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Uploaded: 02/16/06 5:57 AM GMT
Off the Lip
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It was pretty windy up here, you can see the snow blowing off the top of the mountains. this was taken with my new sigma at 10mm. im really impressed with how little flare there was, you can hardly see it :)

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.MiLo_Anderson
02/16/06 6:11 AM GMT
This one would be stronger if that tree wasn't in the forground right there in the middle. I think the tree woudl be good if you placed it in one of the corners though. Anyways, this is a good shot. The sky looks really good. When did you take this one?
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::verenabloo
02/16/06 6:15 AM GMT
This is so gorgeous! I love the snow blowing off the top of the mountain. What mountain range is this? I love how there are NO footprints to be seen..just the magic of nature. I hope you had friends with you...its such a dramatic place to be all alone. I do agree with Milo tho about that one tree. But to me its such a small thing to be critical of...that it doesnt matter much to me. I love how the snow cups around the base of that tree, showing the depth. So , to me, the big tree is there, and then some medium trees, and then the small ones in the distance, showing the progressiveness of them. I just think this a very magnificient photo! Congrats...verena
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::raiden747
02/16/06 6:57 AM GMT
This is a great shot! I like the trees at various distances in the foreground of those gorgeous mountains! The all around atmosphere of the picture is great.
Great job :)
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.d_spin_9
02/16/06 6:57 AM GMT
i posted this one cuz of the tree there, a pure snowwy forground gets a little boring in some of the other ones so i went for this one cuz its different, not necessarily great. this was taken skiing with Tim, on feb 4/06.
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.auroraobers
02/16/06 6:20 PM GMT
I love mountains and this pic is of a particularly impressive one. The clouds in the blue sky really set off the snow on the mountain. I like it.
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.ekowalska
02/18/06 6:51 PM GMT
It looks so picturesque. In fact I am going to the mountains in a couple of days. I hope I will have such a good weather like you had. What I like most about the photo are the leading lines (like the mountain slope) which make me concentrate on the trees in the background.
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::d_spin_9
02/19/06 12:33 AM GMT
thankyou for all the kind comments everyone
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.DigiCamMan
02/19/06 5:36 PM GMT
Very nice image. Clean and criiiisp. Looks like the camera and the operator (artist) are working well.
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::madmaven
02/22/06 12:11 AM GMT
Do you ski? This is just breath-taking! You always find and bring back the most lovely things!
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.mimi5947
02/22/06 6:10 AM GMT
Absolutely pure and breathtakingly beautiful. I like how the mountains and the sky just flow together and I like how you placed the tree. It is quite a bit different from most snowy mountain images. I like it in the foreground. Well done. Thanks :~)
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SINTALKA
02/23/06 7:47 PM GMT
it is this pure and, at the same time, fasionate way of a good photographer with the delicate sense what is good or not!
Excellent.
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::tadurham
02/24/06 4:56 PM GMT
Untouched nature. Marvelous. These types of photos in your gallery tend to be your best in my opinion.
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.photos_587
02/25/06 1:44 AM GMT
I really like the tree in the foreground. It brings your eye to the mountains while following it to the others. Great work. Where was it taken at?
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kufiredancer
03/10/06 3:52 PM GMT
where was this picture taken? i like it a lot. great work.
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::farmgirl_pml
05/02/06 5:50 PM GMT
Wow, an amazing shot. I feel as if I can reach out & touch those mountains. This came up in voting booth & I gave you a 10. Absolutely gorgeous.... excellent work.
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LemonJelly
07/21/06 7:49 AM GMT
Beautiful photo, I absolutley love mountain shots, especially those taken in the winter. Great work.
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