Mt. Baker From Gooseberry Point

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Comments (18)

garretveley on November 4, 2010

Great shot Marty! I've never been to Gooseberry Point... but if you have views like this... Well, I guess I better get crackin and go see it!

Happy shooting always!

Martin Bring on November 4, 2010

Thank you Garret. It's not bad for a single shot with minor adjustments. However, with bracketing and some HDR software, who know? I'm in the experimental stage. ;-)

Your friend in B'ham,

Marty

els f on November 8, 2010

Thanks Marty for stopping by.. a pleasure to read your comment! This one is great.. the view is beautiful.. sometimes i wish we had such mountains here.. like! Els

Martin Bring on November 8, 2010

Thank you Els. Every May, we have our annual Ski to Sea race here. It begins way up on that snowy mountain and ends on the shore of this bay.

Cheers,

Marty

AkIrA on December 5, 2010

Hi, Marty.

Very beautiful mountain! Great!

I like this photo.

Greetings from Tokyo, Japan.

Akira

Martin Bring on December 5, 2010

Thank you Akira. And glad to meet you. ;)

carlosdaris on December 9, 2010

Is that mount any close to Camas WA? I spent some time of my life there there. I took the chance to visit mt. hood, mt. rainier and mt. st. helens when I was there, but I missed mt. baker. Thanks for sharing the pic!

Martin Bring on December 9, 2010

Hi Carlos

Mt. Baker is in Whatcom county close to the U.S./Canadian border. Mt. Baker gets a lot of snow. It has, in some years, snowed more on Mt. Baker than anywhere else in the world.

I looked through your photos last night and noticed you've been in Seattle and at Mt. St. Helens. A long way from home! ;-)

carlosdaris on December 9, 2010

yeah i love WA. one day i plan to go back there and take many pics from carkeek park in seattle. the very best place i've been to ever.

Martin Bring on December 9, 2010

Be sure to visit in Summer July - September. Our summers are as pleasant as they come.

Hollis chen on December 15, 2010

Very Beautiful View!!Wonderful photo..

♥ ♥..Like..♥ ♥

Greetings from Taiwan,hung-chu Chen

Tom Ringold on January 2, 2011

Nice photo Marty. Do you have photoshop? You could be shooting in RAW, No need for bracketing and HDR. How do you like your 60D?

Martin Bring on January 2, 2011

Hello TRingold. Thanx for visiting!

I do not have Photoshop. (And I've yet to get a tripod.) For now, I'm using GIMP which converts my RAW files to JPEG's. Ouch! This photo would have benefited from a better knowledge of apeture. Must Read Directions..

I love my Canon 60d! So far, all I've got is the 18mm-135mm IS kit lens and the 50mm f1.4. But hey! They're a long step up from my old Nikon 4.0 megapixel point and shoot. ;)

Take Care,

Marty

Martin Bring on January 2, 2011

Thanx so much Hung-chu Chen.

And greetings to you from the Evergreen State!

Marty

Antonín Bouda on January 8, 2011

Hi Marty - monumental mountain - LIKE. Greetings from Czech, Tonda.

Nawitka on January 22, 2011

Spectacular! This is a great angle and of course you are so close. Wonderful shot.

Frode Iversen on March 26, 2011

Very nice shot! Like! Best wishes from Norway

elaine ossipov on March 27, 2013

Wow, what a great shot of baker. I've been looking at that mountain well, for many years. You'd think the older I got, the smaller it would get, but it seems the older I get, the more majestic it gets.

Thanks for sharing such a Great Great Photo. (found it on Panorama )

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on November 3, 2010
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Martin Bring
    • Camera: Canon EOS 60D
    • Taken on 2010/11/02 03:09:34
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/400)
    • Focal Length: 135.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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