Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/400,f8, iso-200, 28mm)
¡Que belleza!, fantástica toma!!
Muchas gracias, Manoli y feliz año nuevo para ti! saludos, Ron
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I like everything about this shot – the texture, the lighting, the sky, the variety of clouds.
Thanks a lot, Melinda, so glad to hear that the moment and the B&W conversion work for you. Greetings, Ron
Stunning. Love the detailed rock texture and fab light.
Thanks, Stevie, guess for me this postproces gives the most dramatic view with rocky mountain landscapes!
Coffee and mountain worship in equal parts. Perfect start to the day.
Totally agree, had to do some work (well, the car mainly) to get there, but the combination was perfect!
there should be a patron saint of coffee
I’m with you on that one, protecting our beloved black liquid for all times!
Yes, that’s a terrific black and white mountain shot. cool!
Thanks, Philipp, very kind of you to comment, appreciate it!
Ansel Adams, eat your heart out!
Haha, thanks, Adrian, definitely a big inspiration, so very much appreciate that! Greetings, Ron
Spectacular view 🙂
Thanks a lot, Bashar, always on the lookout for spectacular views 😉
Well done Ron, beatuiful
Wild scenery, super detail, excellent perspective
Thank you, Louis, those rocks are perfect for crisp detail.
Truly Dantesque. Black and white enhances the beauty.
Thank you, Vera and I agree, the stillness and solemnity is what attracted me to the scene…
What a way to start the day. Hot coffee and the mountain.
Well, first a pretty cool uphill path to get there, but even made the coffee taste better 😉
What a dramatic shot!
Drama all around in those mountains! Thanks, Margaret!
Spectacular view, spectacular image.
It’s excellent! Yes.
Thank you, Ashley!
Wow very dramatic – great picture!
Thanks very much, Peter, those exposed rocks are some sight when not covered in snow!
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