A view of the Rocky Mountains from the bridge over Whiskey Creek. Behind me is a more classic icon, Cascade Mountain but no one ever shoots in this direction. I waited untill the sun hit the peaks of the mountains to create more dimension and interest in the image. I love how the mountains turn blue when in the shade while the mountain peaks and snow are white.
On my way to work I came across this really cool sky. It lasted forever and I found this lonely tree, that I had photographed before, to be a nice background. HDR of three +/-2 ev raw files. RedBubble: www.redbubble.com/people/wmrauw/works/8524083-wild-sky
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