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Lilac Plus
9 33 England
1 Jan 2009 10:21AM
Lovely image

Susan

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1 Jan 2009 10:22AM
Beautiful, Happy new year
Ian
1 Jan 2009 10:24AM
Great Shot & Happy New Year
Phil
1 Jan 2009 10:29AM
A splendid image Ron, all the best for the new year
Mark.
MickS Plus
11 23 14 England
1 Jan 2009 10:32AM
Watcha Ron,
excellent snowy mountain shot, dealt exceedingly well with the exposure.

Alpen view? don't look much like a yoghurt, fruit, and nut bar to meSmile
Happy new year to you and Maggie.
best
Mick
dathersmith 8 550 12 England
1 Jan 2009 10:39AM
A great image to start the year with Ron, gets me excited as we're heading to the Dolomites at the weekend, just can't decide what kit to take :-|

All the best for 2009.

Darren.
Hoffy Plus
11 262 16 England
1 Jan 2009 10:46AM
Stunning view of this scene
User_Removed Junior Member 9 16 England
1 Jan 2009 10:51AM
Beautiful alpine vista Ron
HNY!!
Andrew
mrswoolybill Plus
9 838 1368 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2009 11:05AM
Cold, clean, stunning. Have a very Happy New Year,
Moira
imagio Plus
9 12 1 England
1 Jan 2009 11:21AM
Great shot, happy new year

Bernie
1 Jan 2009 11:33AM
nice photo looks a cold winter shot
bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
1 Jan 2009 11:41AM
beautuful

ATB


ollie
1 Jan 2009 11:43AM
Superb image............Trev
Just stunning
Happy New year
Tim
1 Jan 2009 11:49AM
Super shot....HNY !

*MIke*
Lovely winter shot.

Richie.
lonely_oryx 8 61 54 England
1 Jan 2009 12:02PM
Beautiful
1 Jan 2009 12:09PM
Beautiful scenery Ron, excellent exposure, Adrian
Hi Ron,
Very nice shot, but I think you need to remove that dark bit on the bottom edge to the left side it looks like a person walking across the bottom of the picture to me.
See you soon,
Graham.
SlowSong Plus
7 5.8k 29 England
1 Jan 2009 12:47PM
Wow - talk about start on a high note. Beautiful.
Chris
A pretty stunning view to make peaople dream. A great start to 2009.
JNC
1 Jan 2009 2:42PM
Stunning view - I can smell that lovely clean crisp air - Nice one - Happy New Year
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
1 Jan 2009 3:33PM
So clear, crisp and clean, like the light and shadows Ron, Wishing you a very Happy New Year Smile

Sarah *
1 Jan 2009 3:37PM
STUNNING is all I can say about this wonderful shot - Happy New Year
TyChee Plus
11 269 1 United States
1 Jan 2009 3:57PM
Excellent shot. Really brings across a feeling of cold and solitude.
Ty
1 Jan 2009 5:10PM
A cracking mountain image to start the year with Ron.
davidbailie Plus
12 457 7 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2009 5:22PM
Ron - its the totally uncritical effusiveness of the response to this shot which has prompted my response - bear with me!

As such there is nowt wrong with it - it is a Pretty mountain covered with snow - well focused, well enough exposed well .... etc. etc.

But actually it's dead ordinary! . oh allright just not that special .....There are a billion of 'em (I know I take 'em myself by the dozen) - It says nothing about the mountain itself - scale etc! - nor what you think about the mountain - ??

I feel at least something in the foreground to create a sense of scale is a starting point .. ??

Have a fine New Year Smile

db
IanFlindt Plus
11 740 21 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2009 5:31PM
Hmmm....the exposure (haven't tried it myself but I suspect a snow-covered scene such as this would constitute a challenging exposure) and the positioning of the peak to allow a view of the range beyond set this apart from the "dead ordinary" shots David refers to above. Certainly a foreground feature (such as a figure or a hut perhaps) helps to provide a sense of scale, but on the other hand there is a foreground feature that helps to place the viewer where you, the photographer, were standing. It looks potentially precipitous, precarious, and as such adds drama to a magnificent scene. Hardly "dead ordinary" in my view.
tigertimb Plus
8 40 66 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2009 5:37PM
I think David makes some valid points and I don't want to detract from them; but from the alternative perspective, (from someone who lives in Swindon!!) I don't find that ordinary at all and think that is a beautiful and magnificent sight, has a wonderful refreshing feel and provokes an emotional response in me
Tim
rusmi Plus
11 35 1 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2009 5:42PM
Happy New Year!

Tom
rontear Plus
12 8 7 England
1 Jan 2009 5:52PM
Interesting debate, as to response. Of course for me it is a reminder of a exciting experience at 12,000 ft. This was inspiring for me to set eye's upon natures magnificence. Keep those comments rolling. thanks. Ron.
1 Jan 2009 5:59PM
Just getting to 12,000ft would be an achievement for me. hats off to you Ron for the climb and having enough energy left to take a fine photo.

Happy New Year

Allan
Maddie 10 2.7k 2 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2009 6:07PM
Happy new year Ron Smile
1 Jan 2009 6:27PM
Look like excellent walking conditions Ron, have a great New Year.
Paul
1 Jan 2009 7:00PM
Wouldn't mind a little stroll to the top of there Ron!
Wonderful vista.
Paul
AlleyCatz Plus
9 274 6 England
1 Jan 2009 7:09PM
Wow....what a scene indeed!

A very Happy New Year to you Ron....and all the very best in 2009.


~Alley~
davidhu 10 19 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2009 7:59PM
Stunning scene Ron, perfectly exposed. All the best for 2009.
Dave
exposure Plus
11 3.2k England
1 Jan 2009 9:01PM
Beautiful light and exposure Ron and a beautiful composition.
Happy New Year to you and your Family Ron
Best Wishes
Pauline.
49er Plus
9 564
2 Jan 2009 8:44AM
classic... really nice..
4 Jan 2009 10:16AM
Real class image Ron.
Paul
alansnap Plus
12 570 24 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2009 6:32PM
And a happy new year to you too Ron. A fine mountain view too Ron.
Alan
8 Jan 2009 11:22AM
Oh YEA !!!!!!


Scotty Smile
10 Jan 2009 5:02PM
Ron, some of the comments made me laugh Smile I feel I have to go and try and take a pic of a snowy mountain now. Seems like DB and the others have taken thousands of ordinary mountain shots. I have not lived!!
Great shot anyway!
Hendrik
JohnParminter 9 1.3k 14 England
11 Jan 2009 9:46PM
Sorry I nearly missed this one Ron, I'll get my crampons and ice axe out now.
John
excellent shot, truly stunning
Gary

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