Distant Mountains

From my viewpoint on the edge of the eastern Sierra the distant mountains were invisible—hidden in a dense swirl of fog and cloud. I waited a while. For an instant I got what I was waiting for, a peak through the curtain at the Panamint Range and the distant basins and range of Death Valley.


Distant Mountains

Distant Mountains © Harold Davis

Exposure data: 300mm, 1/160 of a second at f/6.3 and ISO 320, hand held.


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  1. Roger Lambert November 29, 2011 at 11:14 am #

    Jesus Crow – that is magnificent.

    Sometimes I think that telephoto landscapes are the most captivating of all.

    Could we see this larger?



  2. Harold Davis November 29, 2011 at 3:49 pm #

    Thanks Roger. Here’s this image larger.

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