Mt. Hood, Oregon

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    It was magnificent, clouds forming on the mountain at sunset, with a freezing cold stream that my camera, tripod, and I, were standing in.
     
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    Stunning!! Wow. Just... Wow.

    Hope you, the tripod and your camera are warm & dry now. ;)
     
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    Is that HDR?

    That looks incredible!
     
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    Hey i snowboard there!
    cool effect though
     
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    This photo is amazing. So beautiful. EPIC.
     
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    Nice composition although I think the images you created this shot from did not line up correctly when you blended them. If you look at one of the rocks you can see a ghost image above it, I love the composition and think the dynamic range is great but I would love to see it redone with congruant photos.
     
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    Thanks for the comments! I really can't tell you how beautiful enough it was, the clouds forming on the mountain were just spectacular!

    This is an HDR, the sunlight on the clouds was just too bright to capture in a single photograph. The HDR is actually perfectly aligned becuase I was on a tripod. That outline is the rock behind it, I saw that too and though about cloning it out, but decided not too.
     
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    Nominated.
     
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    That is absolutely stunning! I'm really wanting to try my hands at HDR now
     
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    Just wonderful.
    Nige
     
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    Darn it, why is there always somebody that nominates it before i get a chance to.
    Anyways, awesome pic :thumbup: :)
     
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    Your right. If you really look at it you can tell it is a different rock, in that case great shot,what prgogram do you use for HDR?
     

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