|著作権： Peter Hanington (peterhanington)
|カメラ： Canon Powershot A720 IS|
|Exposure： f/5.0, 1/1500 seconds|
|Photo Version： Original Version|
|アップロードした日： 2008-12-04 0:24|
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|At its peak Mount Robson is the highest point in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. It rises near the boundary between Alberta and British Columbia, and is a major destination for maontain climbers, hikers and tourists. This image, taken while I was en route eastbound from BC to Alberta, typifies the mountain's early winter weather conditions - snow on her shoulders, her head in the clouds, sunshine and blue skies all around.|
PP: minor cropping, minor correction of gamma values, noise filtering in Neat Image, framed
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The mountain looks very impressive. The crisp feel of the snow and cold air is perfectly captured. It is a pitty that the contrast in the photo is so big. It causes the trees to become totally black. This made the photo less atractive. If there was less of the darkness in the bottom, the phot would probably look better. Still the mountain view with the road leading the eye is wonderful.
- [2008-12-04 20:08]
Hi Peter. Nice one. I like the lead in road. Maybe a bit too much dark FG. Just a tad of a crop on the bottom to focus more attention on that great rock ahead. TFS. Karin
no point left.
I just read Niek's comment -- I guess I agree with him.
This photo deserves more attention!
Beautiful in every single aspect - composition, light, mood. The mountain is so sharp 'n crispy.