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June Lake, Cougar, Washington
Conversion with Silver Efex Pro 2
If anyone can explain this surreal but beautiful phenomenon, I’m all ears!
landscape, intimate, snow, hills, trees, monochrome
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Wow! this is really striking T
Thanks, H! ;) Converting this to B&W really made the lines stand out. Makes me wanna grab my toboggan. That is, if I had a toboggan…
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Thank you, Russ! Always appreciated… :)
Absolutely beautiful, great use of lines and the comp is perfect!
Thank you so much, Simone! Almost snowshoed right past this. Peripheral vision is a good thing!
Nice find! Looks great in B&W.
Thanks again for commenting, Dan! Very much appreciated. :)
gosh, how brilliant is This…the lines are special, as is the background forest…..wow!!
Thanks again, David. :)
That looks so magical, especially with the black frame around it! :)
Funny, Jocelyn…all I could think of was a bunch of four-letter expletives because I’d twisted my knee on my snowshoes and could scarcely make the return trip back to the car. ;) Excruciating! But thanks so much for the kind comment. :)
The photo is so cool, maybe it was worth the pain? hehe. Just kidding. But, yes, its an excellent photograph!!!! :)
Aaaaw, too kind, Jocelyn. I guess it did salvage an otherwise forgettable experience. Thank you, again. :)
Great Shot !But how did it get that way.
Have hoe, will travel! J/k. No really, I think this must be some temperature-related phenomenon as it fluctuates around or above the freezing point. This was the best explanation I could find on the Internet. If anyone knows for sure, would love to hear it explained!
Wonderful composition, focus & leading lines, Tula!!
Thanks so much, Laurie!
Thank you! :)