Mountains and Faces

Unnamed Peak

Hey Folks

I’m WAY too tired tonight, after working for more hours than I care to admit processing a couple of photos, and I still don’t have them done. This whole digital photography thing is neat, but it can eat my time. Particularly as I’m not very adept at it. Instead of writing anything more, I’m gunna post a picture and go to bed. This is a mountain I photographed this year, and I’ll leave it up to visitors to guess where. I’ll even give you a hint – it’s not Alaska. And most photographers who’ve been to the Rockies have seen it – I thought it looks like a primate’s face.

Cheers

Carl

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6 thoughts on “Mountains and Faces

  1. Carl Donohue

    Hey Mark,

    I’m never far from the guitar (unless I’m outside), but it’s often not in my hands any more. Bummer! I am going out to jam with some folks this evening, so that’ll be cool. Nothing like a little blues to cheer me up!

    Yes, regarding the digital thing – I think because it provides infinite opportunities .. a double-edged sword. I’m not terribly good about balancing those 2 things – something else for me to work on!

    Cheers

    Carl

  2. Carl Donohue

    Hey Ron,

    Thanks for playing bruh, now get back to the desert. Nice seeing ya. 🙂 🙂 🙂

    Nope … it’s not Rushmore.Canadian Rockies, Banff to be exact. And it’s not Rundle.

    Cheers

    Carl

  3. Carl Donohue

    Hey Ron,

    I was just kidding. You can keep playing. 🙂

    This is a peak just above Lake Minnewanka . on the eastern shore. I took this out the window from that little pull off on the lake’s south eastern shore .. I was facing north, along the shoreline. Check it out next time you’re in the area, it’s a super cool mountain.

    Cheers

    Carl

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