August 18, 2010 – Crystal Mountain

Crystal Mountain

Crystal Mountain

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Wow, what happened to Tuesday?? That was weird. Oh well, it’s Wednesday now, and here’s Tuesday’s post. This was taken at some random spot on the mountain at Crystal Mountain Ski Resort, here in Washington state. Good times.

I realized a couple weekends ago when I was in Lake Tahoe talking to my cousin that, while I do talk about the general idea behind aperture and shutter speed and ISO and all that other crap here and there, I don’t really have one nice, easy-to-find spot with all of that written down. I wanted to direct her to that page, but it doesn’t exist yet. Also, I couldn’t just direct her to the blog itself and tell her to read a few entries either. Whenever I’m writing up a post, I feel like I’ve already covered that ground, several times, so I don’t feel like going over it again and again and again. But, it’s been quite awhile now, and I don’t even remember where all that stuff is. So, I decided I should go ahead and make up a new sticky page, that’ll be right up above in those tabs that you only see if you’re looking at the actual website and not reading this entry in a feed reader. Oh, no, it’s not there yet. But the intention to put it there is totally there. And that’s half the battle.

And I’m not even going to mention Flattr today. So there.

Notes: Canon PowerShot SD850 IS (Point and shoot). 1/640s, f/8.0, ISO 80.

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  1. avatar
    shako September 8, 2010

    it`s grate

  2. avatar
    Bree Mestrovich March 15, 2012

    I savor, lead to I found exactly what I used to be looking for. You’ve ended my 4 day long hunt! God Bless you man. Have a great day. Bye Elegant Rose of London, Flat 10, Millais House, 10 Millais H, London, SW1P 4JN, 028 8688 0026

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    James King August 16, 2012

    The photo surely depicts a crystal mountain, a wonder that this planet earth seems to endlessly offer to us humans despite the fact that we treat it poorly. The photo is so moving that I stared at it wishing everybody would do their part, however small, in rebuilding what was lost to prevent further damage to our mother nature.

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