photo, Dow!! Thanks for sharing it.
thanks Bill, would have preferred more stable weather since we were on such a committing climb, but the clouds made for some great shots like this...cheers
A stunning shot indeed, congrats!
great shot, makes me want to go there.
thanks, I was actually on this route with a friend from Calif...cheers
That's a great shot.
Bellissimo (I learned that from Antonio).
Great work Dow!
Great combination of snow and rocks.
But seems to be rotated 6° CCW. (clouds)
lol, you are a piece of work Sebastarn...we are climbers, not photographers...one handed shots from hanging belays with small cheap cameras....no tri pod when climbing V, 5.10 routes...go figure eh?
No tripod while climbing?!... ts ts ts
I like good pictures. I think we all love great pictures, but with this horizon it seems "instable". Just 10 seconds with photoshop and the photo gets 100%.
sebastren I don't have time to photoshop as I am sure you do mate...I CLIMB! SUBMIT, CLIMB SUBMIT...
No time for girls or family? That is sad ;-)
Keep climbing and submitting!
This photo takes my breath away. Great work! Thanks for sharing.
thanks, super place to visit Sarah if you have yet to make it..cheers
Hey, these shots, the whole gallery, are awesome.
What kind of camera are you using?
cheap camera mate, just put myself in a position and terrain that makes me out to be a better photographer than I really am...cold and hard route, so small digital camera that slips in chest pocket is essential for us, I always use the HP brand because they take the biggest beating...happened to have lost my last one on Mount Alberta descent and was using my wife's Samsung here...I still recommend the HP Photosmarts for backcountry adventure, because of their durability......cheers
Just simply awesome.
I like how this photo seems to convey a sense of majesty.