Sometimes a single object in front of the mountains can make an impact on what you are seeing and photographing. I moved around multiple times until I felt I had the right angle and placement of the tree as not to overpower the mountains, but to just give the photograph a little more interesting feel and...
There’s nothing better in a mountain photograph when a perfect day gets reflected in the water. Reflection adds so much to a photograph especially when the day is gorgeous, too! :#critique:
Very nice photograph with the reflections. I just posted a reflection on the forum, but I have to admit, yours is quite more spectacular than mine is. Your photograph has a lot going on where my photograph is quite plain.
Old Man Mountain is one of the oldest and largest sacred Native American sites in Colorado for going back more than 5,000 years. It is one of only three documented Colorado vision-quest sites. It was used regularly by the Ute Indian tribe in the 1800s for vision quests. :#critique:
Why is it when we are down below and see a mountain 12,500+ feet high… we visualize ourself on top of the mountain every time? Then we go and figure out how to make it a reality? :#dreamit: :#planit: :#doit: :#critique:
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