Sony A7II | Sony FE 90mm f/2.8 | f/11 | ISO 100 | 1/50 second | 90mm
This February has been very difficult, with an incredible amount of rain (it's raining again now) and a week's worth of sickness. I'm ready for March and for spring. To help keep me sane, I went back to Mt. Sneffels from our last shooting day on the Colorado Fall Color Tour 2017 and edited a portrait of the mountain. It's been edited before, but wanted to put a more black and white, nostalgic move on it this time around.
Mt. Sneffels was very prominent in our few days in the Ouray, Ridgway and Telluride area. We visited this spot twice and saw the peak from a couple of different angles in our travels. This portrait would make you believe it's not that big with our group seemingly right up next to the peak, but it's elevation is approximately 14,150 feet, so not only is it big, we're already a long ways up the mountain range to get this shot.