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    Mt. Baker

    Mt. Baker




    after 2 1/2 months of crutches I finally was able to get out and spend a beautiful day in the mountains with my camera at Baker Lake, Washington State



    Canon 5D Mark 2, 24-105mm, 50mm, f/22 @ 1/15sec, ISO 100

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    Re: Mt. Baker

    Nice shot Jon, exposure and composition look pretty good to me. It certainly does look like it was a lovely day and it's good that you are out and about again. It must have been frustrating confined to crutches !!

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    Great shot Jon! Hope your healing is fast.

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    Very nice Jon. We do infact live in a great place to get out. Glad to hear you are on the mend.

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    Funny,, last weekend I was out on my crutches taking a picture of Mt Baker from about 60 miles west. Nice shot and foreground however I find the foothills in the way really detract from what is a fabulous mountain to see.

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    Jon
    I am very glad to hear you are on the mend, it is very tough when an outdoors type of person is confined. Good luck with the rest of your mend.
    I am not sure how much you could have moved to the left and still made this image, but the stump does not work for me, otherwise I like the image.

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    Re: Mt. Baker

    Thanks all , it really does feel good to get out, still not completely mobile but getting there. I agree Andrew there is allot more to Mt Baker than what is seen here, if i get a chance I would love to attack this Mt from the other side. I have only been up there once from the northwest side and it really just takes your breath away, though any walking right now does that as well. Maybe I was mistaking the reason I was out of breath

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