The last time I climbed Pyramid it had snowed and then ice-rimed on top of everything. All the bushes had a layer of ice that caught the morning light. It was a spectacular sight that I tried desperately to catch it on film. And I failed miserably.
How does one capture that glinting, low-level light that sparkles? Everything was aglow with sparkles when I took the pictures. But when I looked at them at home the glint and sparkle was gone.
I guess it is one of those things that you just have to experience. Nothing better than climbing Pyramid after an ice storm! Maybe it is just something that can only be experienced and never photographed.
|This one was pre rime storm, but the dog silhouettes in the fog sunrise do look cool|