Headwater

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  1. Laurence

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    This is the highest and farthest headwater snow pond, the start of Grand Creek in the Olympic Mountains.

    I liked that the stark landscape allowed for simplicity and only six basic elements of form and color.

    Yashica Mat 124
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    Nice picture. I'm jealous I can't go there.
     
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    Those Yashica lenses are razor sharp! That's a really nice, almost abstract composition; I might have been tempted to crop the sky out altogether for a picture which would take some explaining...
     
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    Sure you can, Crosby! A jet to Seattle, drive a car two hours to the trailhead, and hike 9 miles up the valley, and voila! You are there! :D
     
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    Good point Andrew...if you get a chance and feel like it, I would invite you to download the image and crop it. This is why it is nice to have a forum - new ideas, different interpretations!
     

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