Mono Lake, Mountain Range & Clouds

Posted by Bill Brown (California, United States) on 30 July 2010 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Mono Lake photographed in the Fall of 2008.

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Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

Very very cool indeed - What a fortuitous moment with the clouds shrouding the mountains, fresh snow and sun hitting the tufas all at once. A wonderful image sir. Awesome processing Bill. You guessed it, I am up seriously late.

30 Jul 2010 5:12am

@Denny Jump Photo: Thanks for your comments Denny! I've spent a few late nights/early mornings on the computer myself.

Shahryar from Isfahan, Iran

Great capture :)

30 Jul 2010 6:02am

@Shahryar: Thank you!

Nazzareno from Rome, Italy

Superb capture and excellent work..! Liked it :)

30 Jul 2010 6:08am

@Nazzareno: Thank you Nazzareno!

kate from lincolnshire, United Kingdom

wow! a divine landscape.... with bird. just wonderful image:)

30 Jul 2010 6:32am

@kate: Thank you Kate!

Tamara from Aarschot, Belgium

The clouds are amazing, and the B&W processing works really well here ! Nice work :)

30 Jul 2010 8:04am

@Tamara: Thank you Tamara!

Stefan from Thiersee, Austria

Wow, amazing picture.....wonderful!

30 Jul 2010 9:36am

@Stefan: Thank you Stefan!

Marie LC from France

Wow ! magnificent bw !

30 Jul 2010 9:43am

@Marie LC: Thank you Marie!

Chris Anderson from New york, United States

Wow wonderful infrared!

30 Jul 2010 10:53am

@Chris Anderson: Thanks for your comment Chris! However, it's not an infrared image it's a b&w conversion in Photoshop CS5 with some contrast enhancement. You did prompt me to go back into Photoshop and look at the b&w conversion using the infrared filter. It looked very much like the default b&w version. I attribute this to the fact that this is a morning sunrise capture and there is an orange alpenglow across the center third of the frame.

Bettina from Los Angeles, United States

Wow!! I sure love this shot! Stunningly beautiful. Just incredible. The inclusion of the bird is so excellent.

30 Jul 2010 2:34pm

@Bettina: Thank you Bettina!

Sara from Jackson, WI, United States

All I can say is WOW!!!

30 Jul 2010 2:45pm

@Sara: Thanks Sara!

Steve from Sonoma, United States

The grand scale of the East Slope of the Sierra is captured very nicely.

30 Jul 2010 4:17pm

@Steve: Thank you Steve!

Surubhi from Delhi, India

Wow....its beautiful.

30 Jul 2010 4:26pm

@Surubhi: Thank you Surubhi!

David Nos from Barcelona, Spain

This landscape is really outstanding!! I like the black & white a lot, very good work!

30 Jul 2010 4:31pm

@David Nos: Thank you David!

Amanda from Jersey City, United States

Stunning! I love the single bird flying into the mountains.

30 Jul 2010 5:20pm

@Amanda: Thank you Amanda! The bird was definitely a bonus. Sometimes you just get lucky.

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

A beautiful shot with great layers. Love it.

30 Jul 2010 6:10pm

@Steve Rice: Thank you Steve!

QB from Canada

That is, of course, how monochrome landscapes should be done. The bird is a serendipitous (is that a word?) bit of brilliance.

31 Jul 2010 5:30am

@QB: Thank you QB!

Mici from Tg Mures, Romania

Excellent, you've got a great capture of that bird too

31 Jul 2010 3:51pm

@Mici: Thank you Mici!

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

Another beautiful photo!

1 Aug 2010 1:17am

@Elaine Hancock: Thank you Elaine!

PD from Overland Park, Kansas, United States

Wow - this is a great image. Like the layers in the image

7 Sep 2010 1:25pm

@PD: Thank you! I appreciate your comments!

Canon EOS 5D
1/50 second
F/8.0
ISO 100
105 mm

mono
lake
tufa
mountains
clouds
monochrome

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