Here's an image from another North Cascades destination, after a chilly summer night on Blanca Lake (in the Henry M. Jackson Wilderness). 300mm lens, Ilford Delta, with an Arca-Swiss field camera.
Sunrise over Eel Pond in Woods Hole, MA. Velvia 50, 3-stop GND. Rodenstock 90mm lens @ f/22, some front tilt, 5 seconds. Taken in August 2010.
Morning mist - Pike National Forest
4X5 E100VS, Nikkor 300M
That's really beautiful, Mel.
"If you want nice fresh oats, you have to pay a fair price. If you can be satisfied with oats that have already been through the horse; that comes a little cheaper."
Two shots, same vintage 210mm/f6.8 Goerz Doeppel-Anastigmat Series III lens, both at f/6.8 (I just like the effect, I know I'm abusing the optic), both Canham 8x10 camera, summer shot on Fuji Pro 160S, autumn on Kodak Portra 400NC (summer shot has been here before, but the autumn is a new contrast from the old).