230 of 365 for 2009 – The Source redux

The Source reduxclick me to enlarge photo

A shot down the other side of the Puyallup River, same river as in this shot, looking west this time towards the Olympic Mountains and specifically, The Brothers peaks. As it turns out, and as part of my other hobby, I summited the southern peak of The Brothers (the left peak in this shot). I am often in awe of the land around here.


~ by Ted R on September 4, 2009.

8 Responses to “230 of 365 for 2009 – The Source redux”

  1. Now this is stunning, the lighting makes it magical! What a scene to die for! 🙂

  2. Oh, that is such a cool shot! Everything about this, the colors, the composition, the subject… just pulls you into the scene.

    On a side note, I am hoping that the guy furthest downstream still has some fish left to catch!

  3. And still the fly people are out flick, flick, flicking but what a scene to do it in.

  4. This is breathtaking! Absolutely breathtaking! Great colors and composition. Like your choice of the river’s curve. Love the expanse of the Puyallup River with the reflection on the water, the many and various fishermen, and the greenery which anchors the mountains to the scene. I’ve seen those mountains often during the years I lived in Seattle and surroundings. I’m having memory flashbacks! 😀

  5. Always look west! This and the companion shot are so evocative. Hope they both are large in print

  6. Nice shot Bru!!

  7. Sweet. Excellent colors, great use of leading lines and framing, and points of interest from front to back. Very nice shot.

  8. Beautiful colors and composition – breathtaking shot!

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