a couple of mountainscapes

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  1. squirl033

    squirl033 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    taken this past summer at Artist Point near Mt Baker in the northern Cascades of Washington...

    ominous clouds and storm light - could be somewhere in Mordor??

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    Superb shots. Very well done Sir!
     
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    Agree^ Particularly the 1st.
     
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    First one has an amazingly massive feel to it. Great work
     
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    Excellent set of images, definitely love the 1st
     
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    Excellent

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    That first shot is a real wall-hanger - very good. The second shot is under-exposed in my opinion and the pseudo-horizon of the mountain tops runs right through the middle of the image. Perhaps you can lighten it up a bit and crop it in favour of the sky or the mountains to get the "horizon" higher or lower than its present location.

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    I like the second, but the first shot is killer!
     

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