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    Follow Me On Twitter: @djg gold trophysilver trophybronze trophy Dan Grossman's Avatar
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    ...about 5200 feet up, very close to where all grass ends and snow begins...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Grossman View Post
    ...about 5200 feet up, very close to where all grass ends and snow begins...
    Thats a really nice photo, where did you take it? Have you ever been to the top of that mountain? Whenever I see photos like that of a mountain, I always get that feeling I need to climb it!

    Both of these photos where taken on Mount Taranaki in New Zealand



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tijmen View Post
    Thats a really nice photo, where did you take it? Have you ever been to the top of that mountain? Whenever I see photos like that of a mountain, I always get that feeling I need to climb it!
    I took that on a trail near Paradise Point on Mount Rainier. It's an active volcano and the highest peak in the Cascade range in Washington state. I visited on a Saturday a few weeks ago, and it had that nice ring of clouds obscuring the peak all morning, which was gone in the afternoon. Getting to the peak is a relatively dangerous two day hike up the glaciers... I'm not in good enough shape, or willing to risk my life, to reach it

    Actually, I started feeling sick when I hit the point the snow begins. Went from getting sunburnt in 80-something fahrenheit weather to simultaneously getting sunburnt and freezing, plus the thinner air... I turned around and stuck to the lower trails.

    I love your waterfall shot. I didn't own a camera when I visited my first waterfall this year, so all I have of it are fuzzy cell phone camera shots

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    Great shots Dan and Tijmen!

    When you're a lazy beginner as I am, you stick to town and take your average shots. Like this one:



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    I like it WDG!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WebDesignGold View Post
    Great shots Dan and Tijmen!
    When you're a lazy beginner as I am, you stick to town and take your average shots. Like this one:
    You're a beginner? I'm envious of your shots. Now I feel pretty lame. I also usually stick to around town as I'm lazy.

    This was a night-shot of a part of a tree right outside my house. It was pitch black outside and I disabled my flash. It took about 2 minutes for the shot to finish (and my battery was dying, so it didn't help). I touched it up in Photoshop by lightening it and adjusting the shadows and highlights manually. No other altering was made to this photo - the black and dots are the night sky and what I believe to be stars respectively.



    This is the side of the front facade of the building that I work at. "Saratoga Springs Public Library". The vine growth wasn't originally purposeful, but allowing it to continue growing was.



    After walking away from taking the shot above, I saw this path along the street I park along to someone's side door, I liked the contrast and balance of color. (It also leads from our yellow challenge to this one due to the flower, transitionary! )



    I was walking around a local (short) mountain (that I cheated and drove up) and spotted this odd, *****ly looking plant. The larger of the spiny balls was probably only slightly smaller than about the size of a golf ball.
    They say, "Practice makes perfect," yet they also say, "Nobody's perfect". I don't get it.

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    First off, Tijmen yours I just love.

    Here is a little bit of green from my small part of the world. A plain green garden hose.



    The seed pods of a Royal Poinciana Tree. It blooms red all over.



    And some green coco nuts, not quite ready to drop and kill somebody yet. People take them down early, they are dangerous.

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    A green orange after the rain

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    Sorry, a very late submission:




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