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The Path to Cavell by StevenDavisPhoto The Path to Cavell by StevenDavisPhoto
Mt. Edith Cavell is HUGE (11,033 ft). I mean... you just have to go there to really understand it. This is a path that leads to a glacial lake right at the base of the mountain. Chunks of ice, fallen from the glacier, float on the silty green water. It's a sight to see for sure. This mountain has been shot over and over, and I felt the trees framing the view here offered a cool composition with a nice leading line (the path). Hope you like it :)

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brilliant
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CLAudioXAVIersiLVA Dec 29, 2011
Nice photo!!! :highfive: Please visit my gallery. :hug:
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nix0rs Nov 22, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Great shot, great place! I loved mountain Cavell, it has a beautiful angel glacier just around the corner there :)
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N1ghtf4ll3r Oct 2, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Love the composition, and Mt Edith Cavell, is a beautiful place. I love living right next to it!
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Bojkovski Sep 28, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
great capture
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darkhorse11 Sep 27, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Beautiful composition and depth portrayal. It looked like a painting at first. Gorgeous capture.
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Lovely photo. ;)

Reading your description of this mountain reminded me of a short excursion where I climbed Mount Moses with other Semester Abroad students in the Sinai a few years ago. The sheer raw beauty, the danger (the journey up the all-rock mountain took over 7 hours, and the last leg consisted of a very steep and narrow passageway---only one person could fit horizontally, so we had to do single-file line then. I almost fell down a few times, got a couple of scrapes and cuts, and almost got bitten by a camel. But we had an experienced guide.), and the unique feel it had were majestic. Spending the night and catching the sunrise at the summit was worth it. :) I wish I had a camera with me, darn!
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StevenDavisPhoto Sep 27, 2011  Professional Photographer
cool story :)
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beautiful shot.
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steverino365 Sep 27, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Excellent work!! A wonderful shot of a magnificent place!!
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