Scott, just keep submitting away. I've been quite behind in commenting on all your beautiful captures . . . but I'm trying to get to as many as I can to comment This is just an incredible photo. I agree with *aussiepoida in that snow is very difficult to capture when the sun is shining brightly - but you managed to get some beautiful shots
godamn... that looks nice.. if it werent for those rocks i could just imagine myself slidin thru that snow anyways the rocks give some nice shadows on the snow and that is quite a view.. nature shots rule heh... great work !
Love the composition. Beautiful contrast between the foreground and background textures, brightness, etc.
And no, you don't submit too much, unless you think the quality of what you're submitting is decreasing simply so you can keep submitting things regularly. If you ever find that happening, then stop. (but I haven't noticed any reduction in quality yet).
You have been submitting a lot lately It is nice to see more of your work. Unfortunately, as a result, Iím not able to give each of your deviations as much attention as it deserves. I hope you are not insulted. I love your pictures, but I donít get a lot of time to look at them Then again, that is my problem, not yours You just doing what you love to do and I'll keep watching, though I may not have enough time to comment on each piece.
The landscape you have captured here - and in the rest of this series - is fantastic. I envy you
Can you remember the camera settings you used to get this shot? Photos with snow in them are notoriously hard to take, especially when it only occupies half the picture. I'm impressed that the picture is neither over, nor heavily underexposed. Very nice work.
Such a beautiful view across these mountains! I like the way the sun shines on the snow on the front mountain, then casts shadows on the valley beyond, and again sparkles on the snow on the peaks beyond, with their blanket of gray clouds, all under a bright blue sky. What a wonderful scene!