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The rising sun casts its first rays on the Border Peaks between USA and Canada in North Cascades national park in the midst of a very cold winter.
Camera/lens: Canon 5D, EF 300/4L IS
cascades, dawn, landscape, mountains, nature, peaks, snow, sunrise, washington, winter
Travel & Nature photographer who currently resides in Frisco, Texas
I have a shot of Border Peaks as well. I love the early morning lighting here, Inge ~ Lynn
This one of the greatest views I’ve seen around here in the winter. It’s from the Mt Shuksan area. It was very very cold (-4F I think), and we waited for the sun to rise; a spectacular sight despite the cold! Thanks!
– Inge Johnsson
Very beautiful~ Elaine
Thank you very much!
Brilliant lighting and detail!!
Ken, thanks so much!
Very beautiful, I agree with Lynn, wonderful early morning light!
Sunrise photography can b e so rewarding. Thanks!
Oh, nature is stunning!Amazing capture :)
Nature is indeed most amazing and so diverse. Thank you so much!
Beautiful light and capture!
Thanks for looking, Barbara!
woooow, it’s so fantastic capture, I like the light
Thank you! Like I said, it often pays off to be up early and catch the first light.
Admitedly I wasn’t there freezing my…you know what off but from the warmth of my home I’d say the trek in the cold was well worth it. You ended up with a fabulous capture. Very well done!
Jake, that’s darned nice of you to say. Thank you!
Sharing the Border Peaks, excellent light, sure looks cold. Great capture!
Cold indeed, brrr. Thanks Barbara!
A beautifully majestic scent with great lighting and coor great work!
Thanks so much!