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Gunung Butak (which can mean Mountain that is Bald, Troubled or Muddy/Murking) stands at 2,868m AMSL and is one of several mountains contributing to a spectacular backdrop to cities such as Malang in Jawa Timur (East Java), Indonesia.

Unfortunately, the mountains seem to be hidden in cloud more often than not.

Canon EOS 450D, EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5 IS, CPL filter.

517 viewings to 29 Jan 2014.

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This work was featured in The World As We See It , or as we missed it.

Tim is from Australia and has a keen interest in the spectacular Created world. This interest in “the Great Outdoors” combines with an interest in photography as he seeks to record the majesty, beauty and/or uniqueness of places visited in a way that will also be memorable to his audience.

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  • sarnia2
    sarnia2about 4 years ago

  • Thanks Sarnia.

    – Tim Coleman

  • trish725
    trish725about 4 years ago

  • Thanks again Trish.

    – Tim Coleman

  • vaggypar
    vaggyparabout 4 years ago

    Lovely Work .!!

  • Thanks very much Vaggypar!

    – Tim Coleman

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeabout 4 years ago

  • Thanks for accepting it Audrey.

    – Tim Coleman

  • Michael John
    Michael Johnabout 4 years ago

    A great landscape capture Tim.

  • Thanks Michael. I’m often trying to get good shots of these mountains. Usually the time between clouds is very limited, and the views in the city are often obscured by buildings and/or power lines, comms towers, etc. while the views in the rural areas have boring flat featureless rice paddies as foregrounds – I was happy to find this spot for a shot with more interesting foreground!

    – Tim Coleman

  • Michael Matthews
    Michael Matthewsabout 4 years ago

    Beautiful lush scenery Tim. Nice shot.

  • Thanks Michael – it probably has something to do with the fact that it rains most days here… I think I’m going to miss that when I come ‘home’ (to Oz) next year!

    – Tim Coleman

  • Michael Matthews
    Michael Matthewsabout 4 years ago

    Exactly. Not to mention the heat as well, creating a huge greenhouse. We have had more rain than usual in Oz lately but nowhere near the rainfall up there.

  • Yep, and the volcanic soil probably helps too (although I think the greenhouse thing is the other way around – you build a greenhouse in a cold place so you can keep your plants warm, just like they are here!).
    I’ve heard about the rain in Oz too – sounds great!

    – Tim Coleman

  • vigor
    vigorabout 1 year ago

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