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Bob Sihlerre: Wellesley Peak Shadows

Bob Sihler

Voted 10/10

You once expressed disbelief that someone voted 9/10 on a certain shot of mine, and now I send that sentiment back to you! It is a beautiful shot-- lighting and composition are great. The partially revealed peaks hint at great things to come and make me want to run up to that ridge and peer over.

Happy New Year, and keep the great shots coming!

Bob
Posted Dec 31, 2006 8:54 pm

Sebastian HammReally soft colored

Sebastian Hamm

Voted 10/10

Thanks for attaching it.
Sebastian
Posted Jan 19, 2007 11:32 pm

OlympicMtnBoyRe: Really soft colored

OlympicMtnBoy

Hasn't voted

Your welcome! Nice album Sebastian:)
Posted Jan 20, 2007 1:14 am

lucianowow

luciano

Voted 10/10

A very beautiful place and a fantastic shot.
ongratulations.
Posted Feb 7, 2007 11:56 am

OlympicMtnBoyRe: wow

OlympicMtnBoy

Hasn't voted

Thank you. When it is evening this place is like heaven. Glad you enjoyed it:)
Posted Feb 7, 2007 12:45 pm

Kenzo OkawaBeautiful color!

Kenzo Okawa

Voted 10/10

It should be a nice place to photography.
Thanks for sharing!
Posted Sep 24, 2008 9:33 pm

JoelSkokMoney Mountain

JoelSkok

Voted 10/10

Somebody coined this name as well for a lower satellite peak. Rather harsh sounding, but that's how mountain nomenclature goes. ...Loved your thorough documentation and in particular the exciting upper traverse. the finger traverse on Constance comes top mind, not to mention Flypaper Pass on Anderson massif. Some are so unruffled they can play dominos --even on scant bivy ledges. Great mountain write up.
Posted Sep 24, 2011 2:42 pm

OlympicMtnBoyRe: Money Mountain

OlympicMtnBoy

Hasn't voted

Thank you very much. Yeah, though Constance may be more difficult than Wellesley, the rock may be just as rotten on both. Not to mention that climbing Wellesley in a thunderstorm (not intentionally) made things seem a little more technical:) I appreciate your kind words on my page.

By the way, great choice on a location to live. My name happens to be Byron. Though I must say, I'd never move to Michigan. Too far away from the Pacific Northwest:)
Posted Sep 25, 2011 1:25 pm

JoelSkokRe: Money Mountain

JoelSkok

Voted 10/10

Yes I really miss the PNW and in particular the forests and nountains. But greater still is my love for my family and this is where my wife is from. It is beautiful here too. Byron Center is a small rural town, pretty nice....
Posted Oct 27, 2011 9:24 pm

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