love the shot.
Thanks Radek, it really is that green. That's whats great about climbs on the "front range," you get to look down on the uber-green meadows of the lowlands, and the lakes are vibrant too..
The sense of depth and colors are incredible.
Yeah, and it's the contrast between deep green meadows and near-vertical spires that make that place especially interesting. Thanks for the comment!
It all comes together quite nicely in this shot. Not only great light, but you caught the climber looking up (I really don't care for top of the helmet/butt shots-LOL). --mark d.
Thanks Mark. Yes, I just _had_ to get the camera out and make Danno hold the pose, because it's rare when you get that kind of side view on a rock climb.
I don't think it looks posed though--he's just looking for his next hold! --mark d.
Great colors!!! Don't miss the rain though :-)
I got dizzy looking at this pic. Hahaha!! Awesome shot!
I have worked on the top of transmitter masts over 1000 feet in height with no real fear.
That picture though, does seem to put the wind up me being honest...! And a bit of fear.
Wow, wish you'd been there then!
Someone once told me they don't have good forests in Europe, this one looks pretty. But then again is some of it removed down there? Either way it's nice and green.