Molas Pass Pond II

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Tom Lussier on October 31, 2008

A more "intimate" view of this pond on Molas Pass. You can see the Million Dollar Highway winding up the mountain on the top left. Thanks for looking, Tom

Fotinos Andreopoulos on October 31, 2008

I must visit this place Tom.

Tom Lussier on October 31, 2008

It is a slice of Heaven Fotinos. You will not be sorry. :) Best regards, Tom

yves floret on October 31, 2008

Beautiful photo Tom, I know and like this very nice place, many thanks for sharing.

Greetings. yves

Luud Riphagen on November 1, 2008

What a wonderful natur you have there Tom. At least once in my live I will visit this area.(I hope) Compliments for the wonderful new uploaud !! Greetings Luud

Graham Hobbs on November 1, 2008

That's very nice for a lot of the same reasons, only this time so unspoiled looking. Graham

Madidi on November 1, 2008

Great shot Tom: wonderful sense of distance in the scene, it looks beautlful.



Samantha Lacy ღ on November 1, 2008

Wonderful shot Tom! Best wishes Sam

laughingmackerel on November 2, 2008

lovely work..i remember this one :)

Tom Lussier on November 3, 2008

I thought you'd enjoy another look at this amazing vista Yves. Many thanks for having a look and commenting.

I am always happy to see your comments Luud. Thank you very much for your kind words and I hope you do get a chance to visit this wonderful area of our planet. :)

Cheers Graham for those nice remarks. It's hard to get a truly unspoiled shot. If you look close enough at the bottom right of the far lake you can see an earth excavator. :( Thankfully it's small enough not to take away from the shot.

Many thanks Séan. I wanted to spend a longer time at this location. Beautiful would be an understatement. :)

Sam- I appreciate your kind remark.

Cheers LM for the appreciation. It is unforgetable. :)

Best regards to all, Tom

Steve Paxton on November 5, 2008

so where is the cowboys running on the film set so like lots of old movies i have seen even the boys from Bonanza would fit in...

Tom Lussier on November 5, 2008

You are right Steve. A setting perfect for the boys from Bonanza. We saw lot's of cowboys on horseback while we were there. It was Déjà Vu from my childhood. :)

Best regards, Tom

ai savery on November 5, 2008

Wonderful composition and capture of textures/colors in this, Tom! Another beauty - makes one want to go there. I like how you've excluded any sky. Cheers, alicia

EugeneTrambo on November 6, 2008

Fantastic view!

Tom Lussier on November 6, 2008

Cheers Alicia. I appreciate your input and critique on this. Always of value from a fine photographer. :)

Many thanks to you Eugene for that nice comment.

Best regards, Tom

luismacas on November 8, 2008

Otra magistral fotografía de paisaje. Preciosas todas Tom. Un saludo cordial, Luis

Tom Lussier on November 10, 2008

Muchas gracias Luis por esos comentarios agradables.

Saludos de Virginia, Tom

John-mike on November 11, 2008



Tom Lussier on November 11, 2008

It is a beautiful area of this country John-Mike. I an glad you think this capture is good enough for a Y*. :) Thanks.

All the best, Tom

Tom Lussier on November 11, 2008

Thank you Blai. You will love the D60 and those excellent lenses. I also have the 18-200mm lens and it is almost always on my camera. Happy shooting. :)

Best regards to Barcelona from Virginia, Tom

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on October 31, 2008
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    by Tom Lussier
    • Taken on 2008/09/08 00:22:02
    • Exposure: 0.033s (1/30)
    • Focal Length: 46.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/11.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.33 EV
    • No flash