what a moment ! thanks !
Thanks Anita, I hope I've given you some destination ideas for when you return to the Sierra Nevada. -Fred
Thanks Tomek, I hope you get to visit the Sierra Nevada someday. It is even better in person. I enjoyed your photos of the Polish mountains. I didn't realize they were that large and rugged. -Fred
Sir, Your preparation and skill are well-shown in this and your other images. I salute you.
Thank you Mr/Ms Sunfish. I hope you get to visit the Sierra Nevada someday. They are even better in person. -Fred
Favorite photo I've seen in a year at this site!
Thank you Corey. I hope you get to visit the Sierra Nevada someday. They are even better in person. -Fred
What an absolutely mind blowing photograph. I have seen some great pictures on this site, but I must say this one is without a doubt my favorite thus far. Incredible.
Thanks 2skinners/mattnkenzie. That's quite an ambitious schedule you have for this for this year. Whitney is nice but I hope you plan to see more of the Sierra Nevada in future years. Good luck, Fred
Thank you Karrar Haidri. Your K2 photo with the line of porters is one of my favorites. -Fred
Gotta be in the top 3 shots I've seen on this site. Wish I could be there to see it!
Thanks Fettster. You are right, it is better in person. -Fred
wanderful shot. Thanks for posting.
Thank you Tomi. I hope you get to enjoy more of the Sierra now that you live nearby. -Fred
More than incredible.... perfection.. simply a great shot!!
PS... nice shot ;-)
Thank you BJ/lionking48/kilimanjaro1. I enjoyed the photos of your Kilimanjaro trip. Once you climb every peak in Colorado, you should do the same in the Sierra Nevada. -Fred
Real nice composition and it's obvious you work hard for the right location and lighting - salute!
Thanks Bear Claw. You are right, in the Sierra it is a real pleasure and effort to be in the right place at the right time. -Fred
Amazing picture! How beautiful...thanks so much for sharing! Wish I could have been there.
Thanks MSU1988, I hope you get to experience it in person someday. The photo only captures part of the experience. -Fred