I'm just a lurker, so far, but this photo struck me as something unique. It is a real, untouched photo of a mountain, but I see a man's face. The cleft in the snow is the jaw line; the dark lines at the lower right are the shadows of a mouth; the dark ridge at the top is an eye. You have captured one of the giants of the earth. Excellent!
Thanks for your kind words. This was a special moment. We had just summited Mt. Shasta (14,000+) and were on the way down. When we came across here earlier it was shrouded in a cloud (and I was worried). But, everything cleared just as we reached the top and then I had to stop and shoot this on the way down. It was a wonderful day!
Thanks Steve. This was my first payoff from joining the photo club. I went to an educational talk the other night and he suggested that people int he photographs can really give a perspective. I'm looking at my shots in a new way!