Mountain Top Reflections

  • Thursday, July 22, 2010
  • Chad
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  • While in the Uinta's a few weeks ago I took these pictures around sun down. Both of these are exactly as they came from the camera (no photoshop ). It was a great night where I knew that another chance at seeing this type of beauty may be quite sometime in the future.

    11 comments:

    Stacey Dawn said...

    Perfect - literally - Chad these are awesome. That water is so calm - looks like it could "almost" be walked on! PS: If you need the owner's name for the tombstone - let me know!! ;o)

    Scott said...

    That's quite the coincidence. It looks like it's right near the place where I took my Phun Phriday! photo for today. Too bad you missed the chance to get a photo of Monochrome Lake.

    ruma2008 said...

    The scene is really grand, and solemn...

    I watched such a magnificent Nature for the first time in life.
    It is very good experience.

    Thank you for showing splendid views.


    From the Far East.
    Best regards.
    ruma

    Nefertiti said...

    magnifique !

    http://unephotounsouvenir.blogspot.com/

    Riet said...

    Wow , these are beautiful picrures with reflections. Great shots.

    Rick said...

    Love both of these Chad - the colours are wonderful, the scene captivating, and the reflections superb! What a great place to make great photos!

    Scott said...

    Several people who commented on my "Monochrome Lake" post for Phun Phriday! wondered how it was done, so I posted a tutorial on it today. If you're interested just click here. Thanks for dropping by and your comment.

    joey said...

    Stunning photos, Chad!

    darlin said...

    Hi Chad, how you been? :-)

    Magnificent scenery + talented man with a camera = stunning photos! Awesome shots Chad!

    Singapoare Plants Lover said...

    Perfect, I wish I could watch such a magnificent nature one day in future.

    Jeanne Klaver said...

    Now I am at peace :)

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