Discussion in 'Sports & Outdoor Adventure' started by Shominy, Oct 14, 2018.
Tetons with a fire sky sunset.
The dynamism is just breathtaking! Somewhere in the Caucasus at sunset.
My lady, Mt. Rainier, at sunrise.
The Three Sisters at sunrise in Alberta, CA.
Big Sister (Faith), Middle Sister (Charity) and Little Sister (Hope).
Drama in the Chilean Andes.
Very early sunrise light on the Jungfrauregion, in the Bernese Alpines in Switzerland.
A sliver of sunset light in the French Alps.
Nahtuk Mountain in the Brooks Range, AK
That's a big rock!
In the Bugaboos, eastern British Columbia.
Sunrise on a cold winter's morning on Mt. St. Elias; the third highest peak in N. America.
Look- a Foehn cloud covers the peak. These are formed from orographic lifting.
A Matterhorn banner cloud in motion. Gosh, I'd love to live in Zermatt!
Cerro Torre in Patagonia explodes with color and light.
Annapurna at dawn.
The Sawtooth range in Idaho. I camped there with 2 of my sons when they were in the scouts.
Sunset on Shispare Sar in the Batura Muztagh, westernmost subrange of the Karakorams.
Another big rock. The north face of Mount Kailash, in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China.
The trail at around 10,000 feet.
Sitting in a bivy in popcorn snow for 16 hours, waiting out a late summer storm at 11,000 feet.
Glacier at 12,000+ feet
Tourist at 13,000+ feet.
Summit view 14,000+
Fog and clouds in motion in Rocky Mountain NP.
The 7000m+ giants of the Tian Shan mountain range bathed in alpenglow, on the border of China and Kyrgyzstan.
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