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Of Mountains and Mist by LAlight Of Mountains and Mist by LAlight
The sun preparing to rise over the misty Olympic Peninsula, with the Cascade Mountains in the distance.

Olympic Peninsula, WA
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Start off what a beauitful picture.

The composition of the portrait view works well, you capture the trees perfectly. Your eye is drawn through the picture,starting off with the trees then to the mountains then the sky.

The focus is perfect, clear detail on the trees, even the ones in the distance.

The colours are lovely, they contrast and work well together. The mist looks beautiful in the picture! :)

Perfect capture of the early morning sunrise with the natural scenery with a addition of the mist :)

Great picture, i wouldnt change anything to this picture. The composition works well, i dont think it would of looked as good in a landscape or square form. The colours and focus are clear and good.

Great picture! :D
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beachelf Featured By Owner 2 days ago
:iconhappyfellaavatar: Excellence!
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LAlight Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Professional Photographer
Thanks :)
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LASKANWLF Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
I know I've already commented on your photo before LeeAnne, but I couldn't help but notice how much your photo looks like it could have been taken the same time and near the same location as MY photo (except I know yours is a sunrise and mine's a sunset) it just made me smile, that's all =)  ----> Love Sigh by LASKANWLF  
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LAlight Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2014  Professional Photographer
Yeah, they certainly have some similarities, especially with the colors! Thanks for the comment and for thinking of me. Made me smile too! :)
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LASKANWLF Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
My pleasure. Glad it did my friend. =)
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Eliasome Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  New member Student Photographer
Truly beautiful photo!! Heart   I've lived in the foothills of the Cascades for 20+ years and have a direct line-of-sight view of Mount Olympus from my deck.  The Olympic Peninsula holds so many treasures once you get off the beaten path / road.  The western / rainforest side is especially magical.  Love And, of course, don't forget to vote for "Jim Buck"! :D (Big Grin) 
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LAlight Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2014  Professional Photographer
:aww: Thank you! I just moved here myself, and I couldn't be happier that I did! I still look out in awe at the mountains every time I walk out on my front porch. It never gets old. :)
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Eliasome Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2014  New member Student Photographer
Congratulations on your new home! Clap    The mountain scenery never gets old for me either! :) (Smile)  

The only thing that gets old really fast is the clear-cut scars. :( (Sad)  While I understand the need for logging, but there are other environmentally friendly ways to do it; clear-cutting is simply the worst way to do it since it has so many negative 'down-stream' effects. 
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LAlight Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2014  Professional Photographer
Thanks! I love it here. :) 
I do understand about the logging scars...makes some of those beautiful mountains hard to look at sometimes. 
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Eliasome Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2014  New member Student Photographer
May I ask where you lived before?  Your username suggests Los Angeles, but that's just a obvious speculation on my part.  I grew up in Connecticut and moved here right after graduating college.  New England sure has its charm, and it is imprinted on me, but I prefer the Pacific coast to the Atlantic coast.
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