Great lighting Marcsoltan! Good to see some more pics from you.
But I wanna see some CA paraphernalia!
Thanks for the compliment about the lighting Chad. I think nature had a lot more to do with it than me. I am, however, confused about the "CA paraphernalia" request. Would you kindly elaborate?
You live in California. I wanna see more Californa pics!
Surely you can arrange for this sort of lighting on Mount Tom or Mount Williamson please?
Sure thing Chad. You mean like these two:
Views of Mount Tom
Views of Mount Williamson
I have also posted many more photos of these two mountains that weren't attached to these two albums. Do you really think we need more?
Yes very nice! Reminds me of the first shot in my gallery from Lone Pine. Not of of my favorites but sure got a lot of votes. I don't know exactly what causes this kind of phenomena.
Here's the best one I've seen by Noondueler
and another one one, a little different, of mine.
Bird watching sunset
Funny thing, while you were leaving comment, I was producing the link to your photo.
Ok how about some pics of Temple Crag and Norman Clyde Peak? No wait... Black Kaweah. Ha!
Oh yeah! That bird watching sunset is some major magic! One of a kind. Thanks Marc.
By the way how do you put a link in a photo comment?
You Busted dude Chad :-(
I think it's your turn to produce some pics of Temple Crag, etc.etc.etc.
Thanks again Windsor. I'm sure there's got to be an easier way than I make the link. But, I produce the link somewhere else, then copy and paste onto the photo caption. It works out okay for me.
Good catch Marc!
Thanks you very much Paulo.
Nice tattoo man!
This is an old one, it has aprox 15 years old!
That place looks familiar, for some reason? :)
Beautiful photo(like you would ever shoot anything but.)
LOL Tim, weren't you there a few weeks before us? I think you were. Well, all the smoke and haze did a lot of good for photography.
You are right by saying "like you would ever shoot anything but." Well, it's the Tetons, after all.
Thank you very much Tim.
I was there climbing in early August and again in mid September. That place isn't too far from me actually. Can't think of a better place to 'learn' how to alpine climb.
photo. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you very much Adeel.
Have a great day,
Your sunset pictures are just amazing!