The Ritter Range

© Janice L. Hatfield

The Ritter Range

Uploaded: November 22, 2004


Taken mid afternoon on a day when a storm was rolling in over the Ritter Range in The Eastern Sierras.


Eric Highfield level-deluxe November 23, 2004

Congratulations on your new Gallery, Janice! I really like this one. The tree in the front really gives the view a sense of the vastness of the land between the tree and the Mountain. Excellent work. I really enjoyed both of your websites, too. I'm a real sucker for Fall photography and likie that slide show very much. Your paintings arealso wonderful. You've definately found many outlets for you artist expression! I'll be back to visit your gallery often. #190941

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