Monochrome Mountains

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I’m discovering that taking photos in black and white brings out amazing textures and shadowing. I went for a short snowshoe hike along the Angora Ridge in South Lake Tahoe. It was midday and the lighting was pretty harsh. I switched my camera to Monochrome and took a few shots of the Crystal Range mountains in the distance.

Absence of color

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Color is descriptive. Black and white is interpretive.” – Elliott Erwit

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Tracks in the snow

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I was out wandering around in Hope Valley, CA recently but it appears that I wasn’t the only one leaving tracks in the snow.


Hide and Seek

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Winter Weight

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Recent snowstorms have the trees covered with snow. These trees looked like figures weighted down with heavy burdens.

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Hike a Ridge-line

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“April showers bring May flowers”. Showers in the high country mean snow and what better way to take in the views than a hike along the ridge-line.

Snowy Taylor Creek

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_MG_0060Went for a walk along Taylor Creek yesterday morning just after the snow storm from the night before.

Natural Blue Tones

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001Caples Lake after the recent snow storm, the natural blue tones are highlighted in the sky, water, snow and ice forming.

Go Make a Snow Angel

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009Happy Holidays everyone! Go out today, make snow angels and Enjoy! All the best to you and yours!