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Jason Hummel
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PostMon Sep 08, 2008 10:26 am 
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It is always a wonder to see new and wild natural wonders in the outdoors. Those things that strike you as alien, too unreal to really be REAL at all. They are, too, the unique. The poses and nuances of nature that you can't really imagine, too much color, too much calm in the storm, too much light and dark to be possessed on the slopes of mountainside, so much that maybe there is expression in the rock and ice, a face of an old man, a pose and posture of a warrior. Something not seen everyday, that if you told others, they would look at you with mock expression. But you have a photo  agree.gif. If not, so what, you have a story. What are those things, those effects in nature that you wish to share?

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Shadows
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PostMon Sep 08, 2008 10:51 am 
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The fog on Whitehorse Glacier is fascinating. I'm a huge weather geek, and I've never seen an effect like that before.
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PostMon Sep 08, 2008 11:30 am 
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sky farming is incredible..it looks like you are walking on a thin peice of snow in the air  up.gif

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PostMon Sep 08, 2008 11:34 am 
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Dude. You rock. End of story.  up.gif
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PostMon Sep 08, 2008 8:11 pm 
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all i can say is

Jason and Shacknasty Jim, you are great photographers.  great eye for composition and light. eek.gif  up.gif

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PostMon Sep 08, 2008 8:12 pm 
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Wow, nice shots!  I love the filminess in the middle in the Whitehorse shot and how it blends into the cloud wafers in the sky,  and the skyfarming shot looks like a modern painting.  Walking in the clouds... up.gif

Shack's tree looks like it is trying to leap across the chasm!  The ice grass shot looks so improbable. up.gif

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PostTue Sep 09, 2008 10:36 am 
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Mount Index
Mount Index

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PostThu Sep 11, 2008 12:20 am 
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Those photos are amazing- I love this thread.

I'm no photographer, but I couldn't get over the strange and surreal cloud action on Granite Mountain. As we made our way up through the exposed rock areas, the clouds were swept quite suddenly in and out. At the top, we watched as competing winds created a rising pillar with very distinct walls...

Very strange cloud effects.
Very strange cloud effects.
cloud wall
cloud wall

There's a bit of video, too.

cloud wall video
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overkill i know .. but i just couldn't decide .. though mt shuksan is my all-time fave ...

Reflection on Cyclone Lake
Reflection on Cyclone Lake
Mt Shuksan Sunrise
Mt Shuksan Sunrise
Evening Clouds
Evening Clouds
turns on ruth
turns on ruth
Shot by Robert
Shot by Robert
Along Mist Trail
Along Mist Trail
Moonrise over Ruth
Moonrise over Ruth
Fresh snow with animal tracks in the distance.
Fresh snow with animal tracks in the distance.

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PostThu Sep 11, 2008 11:58 am 
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The moonrise over ruth is very cool.
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PostThu Sep 11, 2008 1:29 pm 
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Sea Lion Caves, Oregon
Sea Lion Caves, Oregon
Dancing the sun down.
Dancing the sun down.
Unusual pond along trail from Snow Lake to Gem Lake.
Unusual pond along trail from Snow Lake to Gem Lake.
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oooooooo man .. i REALLY like this .. very cool  cool.gif

Sea Lion Caves, Oregon
Sea Lion Caves, Oregon

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