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Mt. Rainier

Mt. Rainier
Copyright ©2005, Lee W
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Pictured through a airplane window when flying above 20,000 feet. Mt. Rainier, an active volcano, is the highest mountain in the continential USA (4393m or 14,410ft).

Photographer: Lee W
Folder: Lee's Collections
Uploaded: 22-Dec-2005 16:33 CET
Current Rating: 9.00/6
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Camera: Olympus C8080
Exposure time: 1/2000 sec
Aperture: f2.8
Focal length: 76 mm
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Focusing method: iESP
ISO: 50
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: Cropping, brightness/contrast adjustments.
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Image resized to: 475x900

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A very clean shot , no scratches on the window, must be a new plane..
Like this shot , very good to see where the top blow of that time.

Regards,

Fonzy - at 21:03 CET on 22-Dec-2005 [Reply]

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Thanks, Fons. The window was not perfect. To avoid picturing scratches from the window, I used the maximum aperture available and positioned the lens close to the window.
Lee

Lee W at 00:51 CET on 23-Dec-2005 [Reply]

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Very nice Lee........regards bevellee

Bevellee Bryceson at 01:13 CET on 23-Dec-2005 [Reply]

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Perfect contrast between the clouds and the mountains.

Udo Altmann at 15:04 CET on 23-Dec-2005 [Reply]

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This shot has to be the one in a life time shot. To get this out of a plane window with that much perfection is just amazing

Ann Smith at 04:52 CET on 24-Dec-2005 [Reply]

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Thanks for your compliments. One lesson I have learned is to always make my camera available when travel. You never know when next photo opportunity will come. When I took the plane, the sky was gray and cloudy on the group, and nothing was interesting. But it was totally different above the sky.
Best regards,
Lee

Lee W at 18:08 CET on 24-Dec-2005 [Reply]

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I like you picture a lot

Adolfo Hernandez at 20:30 CET on 24-Dec-2005 [Reply]