View over the western Great Range  to the central Adirondacks

Skylight, Redfield and Allen are in the foreground, with the highest peaks of the central Adirondacks on the horizon, in this early-morning shot from Mt. Marcy.

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WalksWithBlackflies

WalksWithBlackflies - Aug 15, 2006 8:28 pm - Voted 10/10

Lovely

...especially the low clouds in the background

The Ogre

The Ogre - Sep 19, 2006 12:56 am - Hasn't voted

Re: Lovely

Thank you for the compliment, I appreciate it. I was actually hoping for pictures like this, and started from the Garden at 1am. I had a hunch the weather would be right to create this effect. I have since capitalized on the same weather pattern to get similar shots from other peaks. Basically, if the weather is wet/damp/rainy the night before, and supposed to clear and be sunny, the forest creates fog (like you see in this shot) when the sun hits it in the morning. The fog eventually rises. It might be thick enough to turn into real clouds, or it might dissipate, depending on how saturated everything is, how windy it is, and how hot the sun beats down. I am trying to understand phenomenah like this better, to aid in creating more pictures similar to this.

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