Add Mountain and Stir!

Capturing the grandeur of a beautiful vista is a huge challenge. Add in the improbable size of a mountain and the task seems insurmountable. And yet I try to retain some of that sense in my photos recognizing that standing there breathing it all in is the best it will ever be.

There are quite a few mountains in my best scenes of 2015. Would a mountain appear in your favourite?

Click on any photo for a larger gallery view.

Latest Comments

  1. hannele says:

    There is really something special about mountains. I grew up in the flattest part of a country that has no mountains: perhaps that’s why I really love them. I did grow up next to the sea, though, and have similar feelings towards that marvel. I guess that’s it – both the mountains and the seas seem larger than life, yet they’re reachable.

    They’re all beautiful photos, but I think my favourite is the last one. Thanks for sharing!


  2. Jeff Bell says:

    Growing up on the flat plains, when we’d go to Colorado to visit family I was enthralled with the mountains. There is something special about them. Thanks for sharing these beautiful images.


  3. Inger says:

    They are all stunning captures! I find it difficult to give proper credit to mountains in photos – it is just impossible to get it all into one photos when travelling through the Rockies.


  4. Cristina says:

    These images are stunning! I love the mountains 🙂


  5. Garden Walk Garden Talk says:

    All are very beautiful. I would love to live near mountains. It would be peaceful and invigorating at the same time.


  6. Gunta says:

    Second to the ocean, I love mountains the best. And you certainly have the best I’ve ever experienced. I was so very much in awe of them on my trips north.


  7. Faraday's Candle says:

    We went to the Rockies this summer and it was a beautiful experience. Beautiful photos in your gallery. How lucky!!


  8. Lavinia Ross says:

    Hard to pick a favorite! They are all beautiful and evoke different moods. My eye keeps going back to the one of the lone peak on a sunny day with the healthy evergreens in the foreground. Like driving past Mount Shasta at sunrise on a winter morning, nothing quite captures the scene like mind’s eye, but you do an outstanding job of coming close to that with your lens.


    • Lyle Krahn says:

      The mountains definitely have different moods and moments. When I’m not visiting I miss them and when I’m there I remember the feeling and wonder at it all. The single peaks often make the best photos since I like the focus. Thanks for your comments.


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