Winter in the Desert, Arizona
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MalcolmP




Location: Rio Verde AZ US
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Rio Verde Valley. Mazatzal Mountains
· Date: Wed 14-August-2019 · Views: 936 · Filesize: 105.2KB, 705.8KB · Dimensions: 1800 x 1199 ·
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medlowa


Location: Calgary AB CA
Posts: 65
Sun 25-August-2019 09:43

no data?
MalcolmP


Location: Rio Verde AZ US
Posts: 5
Mon 26-August-2019 12:51

Hello Alan,
Data is: Nikon D7100 / Nikkor 80-400 f/4.5-5.6 / f/14 / 1/50 / ISO 100
New to Nikonians. Appreciate your guidance on how to include data in the uploading process?
Thanks.
Malcolm
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Location: Albuquerque NM US
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Tue 19-November-2019 12:43

This is a first for me, Malcolm -- I have never seen frosty mountains and saguaro together.
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Location: Uppsala SE
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Tue 19-November-2019 01:55

Excellent shot! Congratulations on the Editor’s Choice.
wthomson


Location: AZ US
Sun 24-November-2019 11:47

Where was this photo taken? I'm pretty familiar with AZ and can't imagine the possible location. Very interesting image.
OsborneC


Location: Vedbaek DK
Sun 24-November-2019 12:33

Makes me want to back to AZ once more :-) Great shot. Best rgds. Esben
MalcolmP


Location: Rio Verde AZ US
Posts: 5
Sun 24-November-2019 07:02

Thank you for the kind comments. Shot this early New Years Day 2015 ago in the Tonto National Forest near the Verde River and East Rio Verde Drive looking northeast with the Mazatzal mountains in the background. Since 1985 have seen snow at this elevation (2,700 Feet) 3 times. It is dramatic.
nicenewnik


Location: QLD AU
Tue 26-November-2019 04:03

It looks quite surreal. First glance looks like 3 randomly chosen images stacked together. Then you realise it’s not! Great composition and well done on the EC
MalcolmP


Location: Rio Verde AZ US
Posts: 5
Tue 26-November-2019 10:16

Thank you. I shot this in 2015 before I got into photoshop. Today I understand stacked images so I think the same thing. Challenges in this shot included it doesn’t snow at this elevation I Arizona often, the mountains are to the East making sunrise shots more difficult, and the snow at lower elevation typically melts shortly often sunrise. Right place at the right time. Thanks again