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Mt. St. Helens
11/15/2005 07:50:00 PM
Mt. St. Helens
11/15/2005 05:59:07 PM
Mt. St. Helens
by xgreeeneyesx

Comment by missinseattle:
This is an excellent shot. I even like the stump and trees in the foreground.

Mt. St. Helens
11/15/2005 09:10:44 AM
Mt. St. Helens
by xgreeeneyesx

Comment by Beagleboy:
The foreground element (stump, logs and the ridge you were on) make for a too powerful foreground element that sucks the life out of you backgound and major element, Mt. St. Helens. The lack of any middleground element gives the image an overly compressed feel from front to back. A good candidate for a re-shoot. Looks like a pretty desolate area even after 25 years.
Mt. St. Helens
11/14/2005 12:24:11 PM
Mt. St. Helens
by xgreeeneyesx

Comment by echo54:
I remember
Mt. St. Helens
11/11/2005 04:42:21 PM
Mt. St. Helens
by xgreeeneyesx

Comment by nsmith:
Seems like a wonderful giant mountain is squeezed into a small box. Your composition is nice and clean though.
Mt. St. Helens
11/11/2005 03:37:33 PM
Mt. St. Helens
by xgreeeneyesx

Comment by mycelium:
I think if you had moved closer to the stump(?) on the right and used a shorter focal length, this photo would be much more dramatic... it's got potential, but as it is, it's rather static. if you could have made that beam into a line leading the eye toward the mountain from the foreground, I think that would have been interesting to see. still - better than many - 6
Mt. St. Helens
11/10/2005 08:30:30 PM
Mt. St. Helens
by xgreeeneyesx

Comment by Apee:
hmm... beauty... clouds are in the perfect place there... how much time did you wait there for them to be there... hehe... 8
Mt. St. Helens
11/09/2005 11:14:09 AM
Mt. St. Helens
by xgreeeneyesx

Comment by alanfreed:
Seems like it's a little too equally divided in half, vertically. I might have tried it with a little less sky. Cool vantage point, nonetheless!
pentagram
11/03/2005 04:30:28 PM
pentagram
by xgreeeneyesx

Comment by Elaine:
I'm not sure how shutter speed helped this. Looks like the speed was slow since the pentagrams are so bright, but they don't look like something that would move.
pentagram
11/02/2005 07:07:18 PM
pentagram
by xgreeeneyesx

Comment by LN13:
I'm not sure how "shutter speed leads to the main impact" in this photo.
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