Fire and Brimstone

This topic contains 12 replies, has 7 voices, and was last updated by  beth 3 months, 1 week ago.

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  • #410577

    beth
    Participant

    I’m not sure yet if these were the East Pioneer Mountains or the Highland Mountains.  I was between Bozeman, MT and Bannack State Park.

    This one was taken on the way to Bannack and the image of the Tobacco Root Mountains was taken a few hours later on the way back.  The storms just kept coming that day.

  • #410584

    Dahlia Ambrose
    Keymaster

    Hi Beth, loving the gorgeous storm clouds and the snow covered mountains 🙂

    • #410702

      beth
      Participant

      i was loving them too.  kept pulling over for pics.

  • #410612

    Kent DuFault
    Participant

    Very nice!

    • #410703

      beth
      Participant

      thanks kent!

  • #410625

    Tersha
    Keymaster

    Nice she beth, the storm clouds and the snow topped mountains create interesting layers.

    • #410704

      beth
      Participant

      they were interesting looking and interesting to drive in when the clouds got overhead.  they really were pitch black and had snow falling out of them.

  • #410628

    P71
    Participant

    This is real nice the moody sky and white tops contrast is stunning lots of nice tones in this.

    Great work and share thank you.

    • #410705

      beth
      Participant

      thanks p71.

  • #410663

    John Thompson
    Moderator

    Hey Beth!  Nice.  Well done.

    • #410707

      beth
      Participant

      thanks john!

  • #410672

    Dorothy
    Participant

    Beth – WOW – what a view?! it is like the mountains are a pearl hidden in between two clam shells.

    • #410708

      beth
      Participant

      thanks dorothy.  i never thought about it but you’re right, the dark and light layers do mimic a pearl in a clamshell.

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