Friday's Focus - 2018/11/30 - Rocky Mountains

JimFox

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The Focus this Friday is on the Rocky Mountains, both in the USA and Canada.

Add your photos to this thread.

I will start with a couple from my archive, and see if I have time to also process a new one later in the day.

Jim

1. During the night with a setting moon behind me up at Sky Pond in RMNP
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2. Not many hours later, this was sunrise.
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Tom Narwid

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The Focus this Friday is on the Rocky Mountains, both in the USA and Canada.

Add your photos to this thread.

I will start with a couple from my archive, and see if I have time to also process a new one later in the day.

Jim

1. During the night with a setting moon behind me up at Sky Pond in RMNP
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2. Not many hours later, this was sunrise.
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These two images are awsome Jim......bravo!
 

Jim Dockery

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Mine are from BITD when climbing was my life.

Lone Pk. Circ, Wasatch range, UT

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Typical summer view of the Canadian Rockies

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Sunrise on the North Face of Mt. Athabasca, Can. (this was one of my first panoramas, hand stitched from scanned slides).

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Decending Mt. Athabasca after a climb of the north face. Dave is traversing the summit ridge seen in the previous picture.
 

JimFox

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This is Hidden Lake in Glacier NP:


Sunrise at Jackson Lake:

Very nice Alan, it's great to see some Rocky Mountain photos located between RMNP and up in Canada. I think it can be easy to forget that Glacier is part of the Rocky Mountain range.
 

PhotoShootGC

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I miss the landscape photography featuring the mountains and lakes/rivers , here Where I live the majority of rivers and reservoirs are dry
 

Mike Lewis

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Wow, tons of exceptional stuff here! Here is one of my favs, and probably the easiest time I ever had of getting a special shot (if you consider getting up at 5:30 am or whatever it was, easy...)

The sun pokes through the clouds momentarily right at dawn, as my camera and I take it all in, standing in my stocking feet on the balcony of our 3rd floor room in the Many Glacier Hotel in Glacier National Park. And to think I almost did not get up to peek out the window when my alarm went off :)


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