maroon bells fall moonrise

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12 responses

  • Susan B. Griffith

    Susan B. Griffith   said (6 Oct 2011):

    Sounding like a repeating record, this is beautiful. That reflection is out of this world.

  • petyr campos

    petyr campos said (6 Oct 2011):

    nice contrast. Like the stars in the sky in the back.

  • Nancy Richard

    Nancy Richard gave props (7 Oct 2011):

    You have a way with photos!!!

  • Ken Vensel

    Ken Vensel said (8 Oct 2011):

    Beautiful shot! Was the light on the mountains a full moon? If so how did you get the stars to stand out?

  • thomas o'brien

    thomas o'brien said (9 Oct 2011):

    it was not quite a full moon, about half a week after it i think

  • Cindy Griff

    Cindy Griff said (12 Oct 2011):

    Beautiful tones, stars, reflection and the composition rocks!

  • Paul Thomas

    Paul Thomas gave props (13 Oct 2011):

    Love this!


    MARCO MEYO   gave props (6 Nov 2011):

    Fantastically dramatic!!

  • Pedro Teixeira

    Pedro Teixeira gave props (7 Nov 2011):

    Just perfect!..

  • Bret Robinson

    Bret Robinson said (7 Nov 2011):

    Amazing. Any idea how long the exposure was? The stars haven't moved much, and there's plenty of light on the granite. Gorgeous shot.

  • thomas o'brien

    thomas o'brien said (8 Nov 2011):

    it was about 25 seconds. the light on the mountain is from the moon that had risen about 1 -2 min before. (basically dawn/alpenglow moonlight) the mountains are also snow covered so that helps reflect a bit more.

  • Katherine Nak

    Katherine Nak   gave props (26 Feb 2012):

    Truly a favorite! Your work is fabulous!

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