A mountain is a huge land form that extends over the immediate earth in a imperfect region generally in the shape of a climax. Mountains are beautiful all on their own. A mountain is generally steeper than a hill. Mountains are one of the most difficult terrains to take pictures in. Even experienced photographers struggle, because they are facing completely new challenges between the walls of rock: Light works differently in the mountains, and often equipment is limited during trekking. Often the views are absolutely stunning, but the reviewing of pictures after the trek is rather disappointing. They inspire wonder every time we’re near them. There’s nothing like being in the presence of the mountains. It makes you feel almost superhuman. The real challenge for any would-be mountain photographer is to get the mountains to appear as surreal on film as they do in real life.
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July 16th, 2012 Susan C.