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Ok, last one from this hike. I don't want to bore you with bad shots before I go back and hopefully get some good ones. :-) This is looking downhill, following the stream that carries the outflow from Eliot Glacier down the glacier's valley. I would have loved to have seen the glacier when it filled this valley, but I hate to think how harsh the conditions would have been then. I like the way it looks like the stream drops off into nothing. Even at this altitude, we were above most of the clouds. It's safe to say it wasn't exactly a lovely summer day LOL. Thanks for stopping by and any comments. Tomorrow I'll show you where we went after giving up on this hike.

Comments (20)


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Dianthus

1:20AM | Tue, 24 July 2007

Beautiful composition:)

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MaydaMason

1:39AM | Tue, 24 July 2007

i like the mood and all the stones details! well captured!

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lizzibell

3:09AM | Tue, 24 July 2007

Nice capture...

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Hedepo

3:34AM | Tue, 24 July 2007

Typical in the mountains, clouds drifting in!!! This photo has the mood as when you are confronted with this type of weather, blocking you to go further!!! Very well captured Henk

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sharky_

4:42AM | Tue, 24 July 2007

This is just awesome. Its a great feeling to see the clouds moving below you, around you and onto you. Excellent job. Aloha

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kansas

7:27AM | Tue, 24 July 2007

WOW! This is a really special photo. Excellent!

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auntietk

7:50AM | Tue, 24 July 2007

It's so desolate up there. Wonderful shot, looking down on the clouds!

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Ceyzpurplestang

8:52AM | Tue, 24 July 2007

Great shot!

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barbdennist

9:21AM | Tue, 24 July 2007

It may not have been good hiking or picture taking weather, but you still got some awesome shots to show us the terrain. I have enjoyed all of them. I'm off today for 4 days of camping at Timothy Lake so maybe I will get some good shots to post.

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Cosme..D..Churruca

11:59AM | Tue, 24 July 2007

Not bored at all... I'n enjoying a lot the excursion. Well done !

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Hendesse

12:19PM | Tue, 24 July 2007

Excellent shot, the POV is fantastic. Looks very impressive!

aljaysart

1:09PM | Tue, 24 July 2007

Excellent POV..

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tresamie

2:00PM | Tue, 24 July 2007

Standing on the ground and watching the cloud ocean roiling at your feet is an incredible feeling! Does this groove fill up in the spring melt?

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FarAnAway

3:35PM | Tue, 24 July 2007

Documenting an Adventure. An excellent way to spend the day.

MrsLubner

10:07PM | Tue, 24 July 2007

Heck, what a view! I almost mistook it for an uphill shot into the mist. :-) Great shot.

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alhak

5:15AM | Thu, 26 July 2007

fabulous shot and pov

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OldHippieKeyboard

10:16AM | Thu, 26 July 2007

Beautiful! I get the feeling I would be transported to another dimension if I were to walk into that cloud...

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StandsInAwe

3:57PM | Thu, 26 July 2007

Cool ravine and clouds. It's not very often you see a stream flow down into clouds.

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RobyHermida

11:28PM | Thu, 26 July 2007

great capture ...........

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weezy136

8:42AM | Sun, 09 September 2007

Looks very bleak even now let alone when the glacier filled the whole place. Brrrr!


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ModelCanon EOS 30D
Shutter Speed1/250
ISO Speed100
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