Gene Mirro [motie] stunning night time photograph of Mt. Shasta in California, submitted on 2/18/06. Click to enlarge.
A rock climbing expedition in the Rocky Mountains, located in Colorado, was captured and submitted by Kate TC [katyt21] on 7/14/05. Long Peaks and Mt. Meaker are also visible in the background. Click to enlarge.
A breathtaking view of the top of Rocky Mountain, submitted by Al McCutchan [bluehiker] on 11/12/05. Click to enlarge.
Philip Peterson [badchess] photographs Mt. Rainier, located in Washington, from a 737, submitted on 12/15/05. Click to enlarge.
Ron Raynor [skideep1] captures this photo during a climb on top of a mountain in San Juan, submitted on 6/13/05. Click to enlarge.
Frank Maugeri [numbnuts] snapped this photo of a mountain while flying across Oregon, submitted on 8/13/05. Click to enlarge.
[mufaz_ahmed] took this picture of the beautiful Fairy Meadows, located in Pakistan, submitted on 12/16/05.
[mufaz_ahmed]’s amazing image during harsh weather conditions atop K2, Pakistan, submitted on 12/13/05. Click to enlarge.
A captivating view of the Andes Mountains, located in South America, captured from an aircraft, was submitted by Fernando H Casey [fhc1121], photo submitted on 12/14/05. Click to enlarge.
A gorgeous view atop a mountain, captured by [oldwaterdog], submitted on 1/24/06. Click to enlarge.
Winston Rockwell [squirl033] captures an up close look at the famous Mount St. Helens, submitted on 2/22/06. Click to enlarge.
Erin Kostecki [evieqt59] shot this amazing image of the Spanish Mountains, submitted on 10/4/05. Click to enlarge.
Wide view of mountains at Blue Lakes, Colorado, submitted by Thomas Joiner [tgkj] on 7/22/05. Click to enlarge.
This captivating photo of the Grand Tetons, located in Wyoming, was taken by Kevin Fish [kfishead], submitted on 11/27/05. Click to enlarge.
Rick W’s [rawtsn] shot taken near the top of 10,000’+ Cabin Peak in Wyoming photograph of St-Anne Falls in Quebec, submitted on 8/24/05. Click to enlarge.
Lauren Hall [lhall26] photo of the Swiss Alps, submitted on 10/22/05. Click to enlarge.
Labels: mountains - majestic - magical
Kenneth Libbrecht, a professor of physics at California Institute of Technology, photographs snowflakes in the field and in his lab. Studio-type lighting, even outdoors, brings out angles, texture and color that are otherwise hard to spot. Click to enlarge.
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