Friday, January 3, 2014

Cold Sights from the Mountain Prenj

This is the first fresh and new material I shoot this year. The day started cold and rainy, and certainly ended that way too, but as I have written before, that shouldn't stop a photographer from finding a subject. These mountains served perfectly.

Fog banks were rolling by, way out in the mountain slopes, encircling parts of them, while the peaks struggled to maintain dominance.

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53 comments:

  1. Very good pictures Mersad.

    Greetings, Joop

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  2. Very dramatic skies and rugged terrain, beautifully photographed.

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  3. Love the mountain scenery and moody skies! great shots!

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  4. What magnificent mountains!

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  5. I do love your foggy mountains, so dramatic and beautiful!! Terrific captures as always, Mersad!! Have a great weekend!!

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    1. I love the blues too in these. Especially the way the change in editing.

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  7. Great images to start the year with. I like them all but number three is special.

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  8. Beautiful shots to start the new year! I haven't even been out with my camera at all. Husby and I are still trying to recuperate. We're still coughing a lot.

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    1. I hope you'll feel better soon, and that you'll get to shoot new photos! Take care.

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  9. There's a quiet majesty in these images.

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    1. There is, isn't there. Thank you for your comment.

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  10. You captured the essence of this weather event beautifully, Mersad... just breathtaking!

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  11. The photos are inspiring. Wish I could get those colors with my paints. Just might give it a try one of these days. You are so right there is always something beautiful to photography in nature.

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    1. I think that fog and low-hanging clouds especially lend themselves as interesting subjects.

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  12. Sp glad you braved the cold to capture those images, Mersad. The beauty of nature is so awe inspiring! Happy New Year!

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    1. I agree. There is always something beautiful to be found in nature.

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  13. These are gorgeous! The mountains are impressive and the fog really adds a beautiful element!

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  14. Beautiful mountains!

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  15. Love those fog banks rolling over the mountains! Spectacular!

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  16. Beautiful with rich color.

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  17. Gosh I could feel the cold just looking at them!

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    1. It really was cold. Even just for a couple of minutes I was out of my car to make these.

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  18. beautiful images of these mountains.

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  19. It looks beautiful in the fog and the clouds.

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    1. Thank you Jack. Glad you enjoyed them.

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  20. Dennoch wunderschöne Aufnahmen, und als Wolken-Himmelliebhaberin für mich genau das Richtige^^

    Wünsche dir ein hoffentich sonniges Wochenende und sende herzliche Grüssle

    Nova

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    1. Das freut mich aber! Danke für die lieben Grüße.

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  21. hard to see sometimes where mountains end and clouds begin - lovely

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    1. Agree. It's quire interwoven.

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  22. oh these are all so beautiful!! and very dramatic! have a great weekend :)

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  23. I would be so afraid to being caught in the rain and soaking my camera! Lovely shots.

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    1. I wasn't out for long, let me assure you! :)

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  24. Stunning photos! Happy New Year :-)

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  25. Like the first shot the best. Layers of mystery. Hope you and yours a good and prosperous new year.

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