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xinia 11 54
3 Oct 2007 5:21PM
the composition gives a great sense of the scale of the mountain - looks very moody and austere

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riprap007 12 1.6k 37 England
3 Oct 2007 5:23PM
good high contrast and split comp
3 Oct 2007 6:09PM
Great sense of the mountain rearing out of the mist.
landandlight 11 46 Scotland
3 Oct 2007 7:09PM
Another cracker Ron...surley the most travelled man on this site???
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
3 Oct 2007 7:23PM
Lovely shot, but I was about to say it was overexposed on the highlights when I realised you used Film!! Can't bracket that in PS can we...

Given the dynamic range of the shot I think you've done extremely well to get this as good as it is.

Brings back some memories this does Smile
Cheers, Goggz
CliveA 10 5 United Kingdom
3 Oct 2007 9:42PM
My fave mountain Ron, pity its only the tip.
Clive
User_Removed 10 7 8 Netherlands
3 Oct 2007 10:14PM
clever and beautiful. Not easy when it comes to exposure, this, but you did well. Bert
Amazing

All the very best Ron
Dougie
bliba Plus
11 2 Austria
4 Oct 2007 8:28AM
love this...great comp and use of the portrait format ..and how Bert already said - not easy when it comes to exposure!

great stuff ..as usual....love your mountain photography


ollie
helena 12 134 United Kingdom
4 Oct 2007 11:01AM
Stunning, I love it. Tara x
Scott_Scot 12 4 4 Scotland
4 Oct 2007 6:16PM
Ooooohh!!!

Really want to go climb it! Smile
Cracking atmosphere!

Scotty
trekpete 10 3 Scotland
4 Oct 2007 9:14PM
A cracker. Only ever seen this mountain from the air.

Peter
anthhope 11 1 England
7 Oct 2007 4:58PM
Ron, great composition and its kind of dramatic.
rontear Plus
13 8 8 England
15 Oct 2007 6:07PM
Cheers for the clicks and comments. Was a proverbial to expose for ! Ron.

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