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    Seneca Rocks moon and sunset

    Thanks Jim, Graeme, Alisa and Craig! @Graeme F this was a single shot. The sunlight on the rocks was bright enough to allow for the same exposure for the rocks and the moon, with brightness adjustment in Photoshop, especially for the non-sunlit rocks below. The rocks were far enough away to...
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    Seneca Rocks moon and sunset

    Thanks, Bart and Debbie! @Debbie Stahre I was originally involved in a project last fall (which didn't happen because of clouds) that required knowing the exact time (within seconds) and place (within feet) to be to have the moon enter a certain point within the notch. Having worked out the...
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    Seneca Rocks moon and sunset

    Thanks Ben, Alan, Jim and Jameel! Dave
  4. Dave Johnston

    Seneca Rocks moon and sunset

    The rising of the (nearly) full moon through Gunsight Notch in Seneca Rocks Thursday night coincided with the last light of the sunset creeping up the rocks, leaving a window of only about two minutes where both were happening. I have been really lucky in having a clear shot at this phenomenon...
  5. Seneca Rocks Kissed Sun Moon.jpg

    Seneca Rocks Kissed Sun Moon.jpg

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    WV Winter in (barely) color

    Thanks everyone for you nice comments. These were a particularly interesting set of images to shoot and process. The world up there was almost completely transformed to shades of white and gray, and when shooting I assumed everything would be in black and white. But as I opened them I realized...
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    WV Winter in black and white

    Thanks, everyone! Dave
  8. Dave Johnston

    WV Winter in (barely) color

    The mountain highlands of West Virginia have had a cold and snowy winter, with clouds and freezing fog enveloping the high ridges, resulting in thick and persistent rime ice. Last weekend I spent a day in the area of Bald Knob, one of the peaks overlooking Canaan Valley. The weather was mostly...
  9. Dave Johnston

    WV Winter in black and white

    The mountain highlands of West Virginia have had a cold and snowy winter, with clouds and freezing fog enveloping the high ridges, resulting in thick and persistent rime ice. Last weekend I spent a day in the area of Bald Knob, one of the peaks overlooking Canaan Valley. The weather was mostly...
  10. Sentinels Bald Knob Winter.jpg

    Sentinels Bald Knob Winter.jpg

  11. Rime Ice Display.jpg

    Rime Ice Display.jpg

  12. Rime Ice Bald Knob.jpg

    Rime Ice Bald Knob.jpg

  13. Birch and Spruce.jpg

    Birch and Spruce.jpg

  14. Whiteness Bald Knob.jpg

    Whiteness Bald Knob.jpg

  15. Bald Knob Cliffs.jpg

    Bald Knob Cliffs.jpg

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