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Re: Water

Postby Kiefer » Mon May 21, 2012 4:29 pm

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Mill's Lake (Glacier Goirge)

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Looking across the Atlantic to the island of Tenerife from La Gomera

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Rio Grande Reservoir

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Re: Water

Postby Kiefer » Mon May 21, 2012 4:30 pm

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The Teno Cliffs on Tenerife

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Navajo Lake

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Re: Water

Postby kimo » Mon May 21, 2012 9:03 pm

Thanks, Kiefer! There are no forests without water, few mountains without ice. Its power stirs the soul.

The Canary Islands are a special place. The tajinaste rojo (red bugloss) looks remarkably similar to the Haleakala Silversword on Maui. Island life...gotta love it.

Here are a couple pics taken yesterday along the Fourth of July road leaving Indian Peaks.

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Re: Water

Postby Presto » Tue May 22, 2012 10:15 am

A small high tarn below Capitol Peak ...
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As if none of us have ever come back with a cool, quasi-epic story instead of being victim to tragic rockfall, a fatal stumble, a heart attack, an embolism, a lightning strike, a bear attack, collapsing cornice, some psycho with an axe, a falling tree, carbon monoxide, even falling asleep at the wheel getting to a mountain. If you can't accept the fact that sometimes "s**t happens", then you live with the illusion that your epic genius and profound wilderness intelligence has put you in total and complete control of yourself, your partners, and the mountain. How mystified you'll be when "s**t happens" to you! - FM

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Re: Water

Postby Presto » Tue May 22, 2012 10:18 am

Below Twin Thumbs Pass ...
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As if none of us have ever come back with a cool, quasi-epic story instead of being victim to tragic rockfall, a fatal stumble, a heart attack, an embolism, a lightning strike, a bear attack, collapsing cornice, some psycho with an axe, a falling tree, carbon monoxide, even falling asleep at the wheel getting to a mountain. If you can't accept the fact that sometimes "s**t happens", then you live with the illusion that your epic genius and profound wilderness intelligence has put you in total and complete control of yourself, your partners, and the mountain. How mystified you'll be when "s**t happens" to you! - FM

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Re: Water

Postby Presto » Tue May 22, 2012 10:21 am

Rito Alto Lake ...
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As if none of us have ever come back with a cool, quasi-epic story instead of being victim to tragic rockfall, a fatal stumble, a heart attack, an embolism, a lightning strike, a bear attack, collapsing cornice, some psycho with an axe, a falling tree, carbon monoxide, even falling asleep at the wheel getting to a mountain. If you can't accept the fact that sometimes "s**t happens", then you live with the illusion that your epic genius and profound wilderness intelligence has put you in total and complete control of yourself, your partners, and the mountain. How mystified you'll be when "s**t happens" to you! - FM

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Re: Water

Postby highpilgrim » Tue May 22, 2012 10:43 am

Beaver ponds at sunrise.

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Re: Water

Postby kman » Tue May 22, 2012 7:24 pm

Tetons upon Tetons (left-click picture for full image)
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Cloud reflection on Grinnell Lake as seen from the summit of Angel Wing Peak (Glacier Nat'l Park)
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Re: Water

Postby Mark Curtis » Fri Jun 22, 2012 6:35 pm

Stream below Loch Lomond near Idaho Springs
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Tarn below Cottonwood Pass
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South Platte River near Deckers
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Re: Water

Postby HighCountry » Sat Jun 23, 2012 2:00 pm

An unnamed hanging lake in Gunnison National Forest:

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Re: Water

Postby Mark Curtis » Sat Jun 23, 2012 2:35 pm

Something that beautiful should have a name! Amazing the contrast in blue tones from sky to water......did you use a polarizing filter?

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Re: Water

Postby HighCountry » Sat Jun 23, 2012 2:39 pm

I named it after me while I was up there :D

Yes, I used my trusty Sigma and a circular polarizer.
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