It was one freezing night at the feet of Cerro Torre, but it was well worth it. What can be seen is what happens in the first five minutes of sunrise. Before the light disappears again for quite some time, it lets the Peak appear glowing for a short while. The light then is obscured again by the Fitzroy Massive.
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elihesamian (26149) 2008-01-18 22:43
You worked it in a fine moment of the day,attractive moment on the nature and you show us the scene very well,I like it and you composed the landscape very good,too,nicely done,mystrious !
alainh (35581) 2008-01-18 22:44
one of the most mythic mountain of the earth. fantastic place and excelent first light in the pic. full of mystery, i like a lot
have anice week-end Robin
angelheart (475) 2008-01-18 23:07
hi Robin great light and colours.
totoamoto (2519) 2008-01-18 23:22
La montagne s'enflamme..Géniale.
Quand l'image est en vignette on à l'impression qu'elle est truquée..
bakes888 (18499) 2008-01-18 23:25
Hi Robin. Perfectly timed photo. Well composed with good colour and detail. Thanks for sharing.
fotohadi (2967) 2008-01-19 2:53
Hi Roin.Well composed wiht good colours,excellent first light.Very well done.Hadi
mporta (3810) 2008-01-19 3:19
It's an extraordinary view of a wonderful mountain. You have been lucky in finding such a clear sky (usually the very top of the Cerro Torre is cloud covered) but also skillful to capture the exact moment at down with the top red enlightened.
I like very much your picture and i've done a workshop to point up the view on Cerro Torre. Hope you like it.
rminkow (1556) 2008-01-19 7:16
Hi Robin..nice shot...well composed with excellent clarity and light.
Viera (948) 2008-01-19 10:04
excellent photo with first light,well composed
Cpamoi (10391) 2008-05-14 4:20
jolie composition, la lumière est superbe!
le format panoramique me plais bien mais je l'aurais un peu accentué en recadrant un peu, voir mon WS.
Dommage pour le manque de piqué.
scalerman (26900) 2008-07-04 18:00
Robin: sometimes the world can be a museum. Some very fine landscape work here. Points to follow. regards, Caleb