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Old Feb 24, 2007, 2:11 PM   #1
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That's quite a dimentional mountain, indeed...Photos stitched foreither panos were taken on the same day.The firstpic. which resembles the one I posted last week was shot from the north,while the second onewas shot from the north-west at an altitude of 2600 ft. during a coffee break : )

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Old Feb 24, 2007, 2:12 PM   #2
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Now this is a view that one could really enjoy drinking a cup of coffee or two! I think the way the clouds are lingering around the rocks in the first photo is really cool!!

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Great pictures. My favourite is #1.

The light and in the same time substantial clouds honouring the mountain... And the dark area giving depth and 3D dimensions

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Thanks for the compliments. This is one of the mountains around my homeon which I often (used to, in fact!)dropped a few lines orstanzasupon returningfrom myregular weekend hikesin my college years...

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Old Feb 25, 2007, 5:17 AM   #6
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Here's the two-shot version of #1. Actually I couldn'd decide which to post at first:roll:
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hi bahadir, these are two very nice images, I too like the first because of the colour and light in the mountain range, which is very good, you can see how theclouds can come down very fast in the second shot, very much like the mountains down with us. excellent.
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Great shots Bahadir very scenic

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Old Feb 25, 2007, 3:04 PM   #9
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Dear Alex! I was really astonished by the unpredictable nature of the mountain that day! It was such a charm!! Ah,there's muchmore to say about why the mountain attracts themountaineer than beauty of the nature, I think; )



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Very nice. I liked the texture of the bare mountain side against the green of vegetation in foreground.
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