Thank you, Tommy10.
Over the years I ended up deciding that less is more. Can't go hiking in the mountains or the slots with all this stuff on my back.
You are sooooo right. I only had my wife next to me though... ;o)
Thank you, Paul, really appreciate your kind words.
omoise: I am a little confused here. Is this challenge about the true "Alpenglow" as GR described it, or are any sunsets/sunrises accepted? After looking at all the submissions, I'm starting to believe I got the theme wrong...
Martin, thank you for your very kind words. Galen Rowell was always one of my favorite photographers.Frank, may I ask who is the quote from?I will adjust my ratings according to this discussion. I agree that in the larger meaning, they all qualify now for the theme.Great work, everyone!
That's why I asked about the GR vision of "Alpenglow" because that referred to light reflected on the peaks right before or during sunrise or during and right after sunset.But no biggie, nice pictures anyway.
I am a little confused here. Is this challenge about the true "Alpenglow" as GR described it, or are any sunsets/sunrises accepted? After looking at all the submissions, I'm starting to believe I got the theme wrong...
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Believe me, so would have I... even with the pond, I ha constantly in mind where the car was (not that close) and what other options I had. But I'm grateful for the long lens indeed...
I would add the Giottos, incredibly versatile and solid for the price.And i would love to see some stability comments.
Congrats, very nice image.
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