Classic early morning image! Good work
Thanks again BLong. I took this shot several months ago, and finally thought to post it along with two other Whitney shots.
I wonder what it would look like if you cropped the right-hand side so that the rock was the same depth as on the bottom. Might draw more attention to the mountains in the back.
That would have been a good idea if it weren't too late. Once you post, that's it.
Even I don't get up that early.
Thank you, Larry. Your photos are so excellent you don't have to get up early for that sunrise glow I'm always looking for.
Thank you for the visit and compliment, Larry.
Actually, rumor has it that Larry buys a lot of red paint at the local Home Depot (gets a big discount too) and then goes out and paints stuff so they appear red in his photos. I'm glad to know that your beautiful pictures arent' doctored up like Larry's are rumored to be. (jk Larry)
Stunning mountain scenery! Best regards, Afzal
Thank you Afzal. I appreciate your compliment.
It's impressive, yet natural.
It's a bit hard to get out there in the cold, but sometimes it's worth it.
Thank you for the nice comment, Alberto.
naturally framed are my favorite landscape photos marc...nice work...I saw Mount Sir Douglas framed like this while climbing Big Sister in Kananaskis, and it motivated me to go climb Sir Douglas solo the very next week, cheers
Foolish me, I was about to chuck this pic in the trash bin. I thought people would just throw up seeing another Mt.Whitney photo.
Getting a compliment from you, Dow, truly makes my day.
Thank you for everything,
An immaculate looking boulder there Marc, any problems of it?
No, I'm afraid not. The actual climbing and bouldering area is pretty far from this boulder. I made sure to choose a boulder without chalk marks all over it.
Thanks for the visit and the nice comment, Dan.
Beautiful as always Marcsoltan. Yet another gem. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you for the visit and the compliment, TyeDyeTwin.
Happy climbing and skiing,
this one, Marc.
Really nice shot.
I have to get down there to see that mountain one of these days!
Thank you very much, Tim. Mount Whitney is the most popular area in the Sierra, but I never get tired of going there. You'll love it.