Mountain Moonrise Concordia
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· Date: Wed 5-March-2008 · Views: 6489 · Filesize: 46.3KB, 337.7KB · Dimensions: 1000 x 510 ·
Keywords: Mountain Moonrise Concordia
Lens & Filters: 28mm
Film/ISO: 100 Slide film
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Lag


Location: White Rock British Columbia BC CA
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Sun 23-March-2008 02:34

Wonderful image,,. The twighlight skys add a most unique element to this excellent allready scene!!
omeggaman


Location: NY US
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Thu 03-April-2008 06:57

This shot should be a testamony to the fact that it does`nt matter what light interpretating device you are using(digital or film)its a good eye and good understanding of light that counts.. Its good to see film still works
macblob
Location: Sparks NV US
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Thu 05-March-2009 02:29

This is the photo type i am looking to produce also. I have not even come close. Any tips on how to get this shot on a D40? Lens type, settings, etc.?
dm1dave

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Location: Lowden IA US
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Tue 17-November-2020 12:15

Super image, congratulations on selection as Editors Choice!
meadowlark2

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Location: Lethbridge AB CA
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Tue 17-November-2020 12:35

I can't imagine all it took to get this image. I can't stop looking at it! So beautiful.
elcee

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Location: Albuquerque NM US
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Tue 17-November-2020 03:29

Reminds me of A. Adams' Moonrise Over Hernandez NM. Well-deserved.
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Location: Shelton CT US
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Tue 17-November-2020 09:53

Lovely image!
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Location: Hinsdale IL US
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Tue 17-November-2020 09:57

Beautiful, Steve. Love the soft light on the snow capped mountains. Congratulations on Editor's Choice.
mborgare


Location: Blacksburg VA US
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Tue 17-November-2020 10:57

Beautiful Steve. Congratulations on Editor's choice
Jog217


Location: Galway IE
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Tue 17-November-2020 11:30

beautiful
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Tue 17-November-2020 12:15

Spectacular choice today for EC.
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Tue 17-November-2020 02:55

Boy, the admin/mods really dug deep for this one! (It was submitted over 12 years ago.)


I had been photographing near this spot for quite awhile: from the bright light of late afternoon (when the moon rose from behind the mountain on the left), to the golden rays of sunset, to the dim gray pall of evening. The location was surrounded by towering mountains, many higher and closer than those seen in this view. When it appeared that the light was no longer cooperating, I packed up my gear and headed back to camp. Only a few minutes into my return, the sky darkened and the fading illumination from the western horizon seemed to make the snow & ice-clad peaks glow. Quickly deploying my tripod and mounting my camera, I managed to get a few shots before the magical effect dissolved into night.
Rassie

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Location: Milton ON CA
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Tue 17-November-2020 07:45

Beautiful image. Well done!
voyageurfred


Location: Montreal QC CA
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Sun 22-November-2020 09:39

A truly atmospheric image! The lightfall on the mountain peaks and composition is magnificent!