floating mountain

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  1. photobug

    photobug TPF Noob!

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    Ah, well, it appeared to be floating...

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    Little more haze in this one but still darned good, I definitely think you should get back to those sunsets however.
     
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    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    hi photobug,

    its a really cool shot, the colours seem just a tad flat on this one. Its prolly from the haze. Did you use a polarising filter?

    Well, thats what you get for posting so many fantastic shots mister, now we expect the lighting and everything to be absolutely PERFECT. :twisted:
     
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    photobug TPF Noob!

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    S'not haze, it's fog.

    No polarizer, didn't have it with me, and it isn't big enough for this lens anyway.

    Alas, my powers are not unlimited. :?
     
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    And you expect us to believe that?
     
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    Very unique! The mountains do seem to be floating. What is your relation to the ranges in your area. Do you climb? Are these taken from the road?
     
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    Sid- Of course!

    Craig- We live in an ancient lakebed (or inland sea, depending on who you read) and thus are surrounded by ridgelines to the east and west. They taper to a choke point near Wallula Gap just above the Oregon border on the Columbia river.

    The only thing I climb is out of bed.

    It was taken from the porch of the office trailer at work.
     
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    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    wow, thats nice office view photobug! most people would be envious for such a view :) So you take your camera to work and everywhere ya go?
     
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    I wouldn't call being able to make a mountain float as limited. :wink: If I didn't know better I would have said you Photoshopped this picture.
     
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    Mark- take it to work all the time, not always everywhere I go. Sometimes I regret that.

    Harpper- I did PS it, but just color correction & sharpening. ;)
     
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    That sounds like fascinating geography! It obviously makes for great photography!

    Plus a discerning eye, of course.
     
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    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    A very surreal image. I like it, although I am tempted to make it a pano. Oregon is a wonderful state.
     

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