Pikes Peak Moon

© Tom Schmitt

Pikes Peak Moon

Uploaded: December 05, 2005


Winter moon setting over Pikes Peak. Ricoh KR-5 Super with Promura 70-210mm lens. Kodachrome 64 scanned into Paint Shop Pro with a Nikon Coolscan IV. Later adjustments (color balance, saturation) made in Photoshop.


Amalia Sylvia Arriaga Salinas level-classic December 05, 2005

Beautiful image and colors Tom!,
Amalia #354742

Janine Russell level-deluxe December 05, 2005

Tom, excellent detail, colors and lighting. #2156753

Kristi A. Howson January 21, 2006

Great detail color and strong! Congratulations on your Finalist and Best of Luck in the next Round!!!! #2317267

Life Expressions January 23, 2006

Very dramatic image! Congrats on your finalist Tom! #2326212

Carol McCants level-classic January 25, 2006

Very nice and Congratulations on the finalist award!
Carol #2339025

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