Discussion in 'Photo Themes' started by Jeff Canes, Jan 9, 2004.
500CM Hassy 80mm
Ilford XP2 Super
Edited due to broken link
One of my favorite themes
Sigh --- mountains. Ah well... some are luckier than others.
I live in the flattest part of my country you could ever think of!
But we're going to Ireland in summer!
And might even go to the Mourne Mountains, Jaffapie, for we'll go up north. We'll be on Inishowen/Co.Donegal, but since we've got a lot of friends in Northern-Ireland, we might go round to see them and go on an excursion with them. Who knows? I might THEN get my mountain photos after all.
i think this one is called spanish peak? in new mexico
mt. capulin, a volcano also in new mexico
feel free to offer any advice on these two
LaFoto - I hope you have a good time while you're here....definitely head up to the mournes. They're pretty "brown"....not a lot of green, but the scenery can be so gorgeous sometimes
My boyfriend's family have a cottege up there, fully old-school - I love it.
Such a pity that the once given link is now broken
That's what it looks like
hey, great graphic pic, pilgrim, congrats!!!!
South Greenland mountains shot from a helicopter
This very link is gone
Central Greenland also from chopper
and the lonely white rock
Please excuse the date that is imposed on the pics. I had just bought the camera and I didn't realize how bad it effects the picture. These are some Pics I took of the Grand Tetons in Wyoming and Mt Rushmore in South Dakota. I have a question???? These pics were 2048 X 1536 mpixels when I place them on Snapfish. But when I move them from Snapfish and place them on the forum they are 480 x 360 mpixels. Is this the largest format that Snapfish stores????????????
Hey double J, the Gran Teets there,( ) was that really july like the date mark says? Mine is from this past july 2004 also.... mine are kinda washed out :/ ....
Link broken, too bad
I'm not sure about snapfish specifically, but I do know that some hosts automatically resize if they are over a certain size.
Yes, we were there in July of 2003. Strange weather, 39 degrees F in the morning and 85 degrees by noon.
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