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Old Apr 8, 2009, 2:12 AM   #1
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Mt Baker, a 10,200-foot volcano in the North Cascades of Washington State, taken from Baker Lake... 5D, Tamron SP 24-135, 1/60 @ f/13


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Such an appealing sight for a hiker, especially for one who doesn't bother carrying a dslr alwaysHere's just a thought, you wouldn't mind I hope: Selecting the forestyforeground for a high radius low amount sharpeningto bring a further emerald like sharpness and contrast,which would then call for selecting the inverse for an emphasized complementarybluecould also work, imho.
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Mt Baker, a 10,200-foot volcano in the North Cascades of Washington State, taken from Baker Lake... 5D, Tamron SP 24-135, 1/60 @ f/13

Great picture. Seems there are two peaks. Can you reach them? Mountains live a life, much, much, much slower

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Does look like a wonderful spot - lots of snow!
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Mt Baker, a 10,200-foot volcano in the North Cascades of Washington State, taken from Baker Lake... 5D, Tamron SP 24-135, 1/60 @ f/13

Great picture. Seems there are two peaks. Can you reach them? Mountains live a life, much, much, much slower

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people climb Mt. Baker all the time. it's not as difficult technically as Mt. Shuksan, which is just a few miles northeast, even though Shuksan is over a thousand feet lower. there are several steam vents on the top of the mountain, and someone told me once - though i'm not sure i believe it - that there's a small lake under the ice near the top of the mountain. i suppose it could be, if there's enough geothermal activity to keep it liquid, but i've never seen it mentioned in any "official" documents about the mountain.
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