Red Top Mountain

Kristin Elmquist


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Culleoka, TN - United States

Thanks very much, Cheri. :)

New Orleans, LA - United States

Kristin, beautiful contrasts and reflections. Gave it a vote here & in the Mountain Area Contest too.

Culleoka, TN - United States

Thank you, Ag, for featuring this image in the World of Shadows and Reflections Group. I appreciate it. :)

Culleoka, TN - United States

Thanks very much, Hanne, and you're very welcome. :)

Cambridge, ON - Canada

Fantastic shot, Kristin!! Beautiful composition, colors and lighting. Thank you for your kind words about my painting and for the invitation to join FIRST PLACE WINNERS on FAA.

Culleoka, TN - United States

Thanks so much, Ann and Kaye, for your wonderful comments. :)

Culleoka, TN - United States

Thanks for your great comment, Michael. :)

Culleoka, TN - United States

Thanks, Chris.

Pacheco, CA - United States

Kristen, fantastic shot. Wonderful composition and capture of color and the reflection is great.

Capitola, CA - United States

good job

Livonia, Mi - United States

Great that you have managed to allow the viewer to see distinctly so many of the tree trunks and their reflections in the still water. Gorgeous light and shadow too, Kristin.

Sydney, Ne - Australia

Beautiful composition, colors and reflections.

Culleoka, TN - United States

Thanks so much for your wonderful comments, Lil. I really appreciate it. :)

Lithia, FL - United States

Kristin, this is stunningly simple in its look but the calmness and stately look gives it an elegance. Plus, I want to be sitting on that little outcrop throwing sticks fo the dogs. Really, I think this is a very special capture with the still reflections only serving to make the trees even more sturdy and striking.

Culleoka, TN - United States

Thanks so much, Gary. :)

Helena, MT - United States

Wonderful image, Kristin, the colors are terrific, but that would not matter much were it not for the strength of your composition and deep focus…

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