I've posted a few shots a ways back. They sure don't compare. Anyone willing to share some of the secrets of these great shots? What's required, other than decent equipment, which is not my problem although I'm not saying mine's the best. Obviously the lighting associated with the time of day is one factor and for mountains I see lots of haze. Would a polarizer help solve that or do you just need all the right environmental pieces in place?
Thanks candyman, I seem to have more than my share of luck catching such things. It really makes me chuckle cause I'm a pretty poor photographer just firing away! It's all about fun and I'm having fun.
Really good lesson here for all - keep your mouth shut if you don't know what you're talking about. None of us is immune to jumping to conclusions - I try regularly to remind myself that pulling someone down doesn't elevate me.