Absolutely breathtaking, Mike! They're so clear and the feeling of high mountain air - it's like we can smell it. I'm shy about mentioning it but what do you think about a little bit of a crop on #3? There's a little rock or something down there that's distracting me and, then, it would give more of a feel of (deep National Geographic narrator voice) "the mountain range". Just an idea. The other thought that comes to mind is, "my! That's steep!" Thanks for taking us on your travels!
Yes, I do, very much. They have been a source of constant inspiration and happiness for me for over 30 years of hill-walking, fell-running, and mountain-biking. I sometimes think I have only ever been happy when in the hills.Don't You Just Love The Mountains
Great shots. very crisp, clean and I want to get out there!
They just take the breath away.
Don't think #4 is as strong a composition as the others. But we're really splitting hairs here. Excellent work, Mike
Yes i do love the mountains!Those are beautiful photo's Mike.Will have to plan me a trip to the Blue Ridge mountains in the eastern half of the U.S after seeing these photo's.Thanks for sharing.
#1 and #2 is simply breathtaking for me, Mike. The exposure and sharpness is spot on. Thank you very much for sharing. I'm deeply encouraged by the scenery you showed here.
Can't recall where my wife was that night.
Great Job, Very well done
aah here I was basking in the glow of these wonderful shots - wishing I could maybe 1 day go there..... and then Rob pops up with his 2 stout ladies put me right off my lunch!
terrific shots Mike
Great images. I feel cold just looking at them!