September 30, 2015

Photo of the Week - Reaching for the Heavens

Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

If I had put away my camera when it started to sprinkle rain, I would have missed a tender ribbon of storm clouds weaving between the mountain peaks. With a compressed view through a long zoom lens, the rocky inclines look like they are reaching for the heavens. To emphasize contrast, I think that a black and white treatment in editing is the best approach with subject matter that is naturally monochromatic.

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  1. Just beautiful, Donna. Take care of yourself.

  2. beautiful shot. Hope everything is ok. I've been wondering how you've been doing

  3. Amazing photo, yet again. Black and white is very appropriate here. I hope all is well with you. Take care. Hugs. Pam

  4. So beautiful!

    Love you, Donna.

  5. Beautiful shot. How do you compress a view through a long lens? The black and white is really striking.

  6. Beautiful - as always! Take care of yourself, my friend.

  7. Always beautiful!! I love how you interpreted this photo in black and white. Thank you for explaining your reasons for doing so. You certainly saw some grand sights on your trip!


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