Pacific Crest Trail, Three Fingered Jack, Oregon. July 2017
via Gandalf the Grey — Elan Mudrow Photography
Reblogged this on ENLIGHTENMENT ANGELS.
That is a very cool–and aptly entitled–photograph!
Wow — great picture — and perfectly captures the Gandalf I imagined when I first read the series in high school!
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such a unique photograph!
Great picture…and title!
Very spooky, like a ghost camouflaging in a tree. Three-Fingered Jack sounds familiar… wasn’t the PCT the trail in Cheryl Strayed’s book, Wild?
Yes, it’s a feather in the cap of a backpacker to complete the entire thing. Doing it alone would be a challenge regardless of gender.
That’s an awesome pic!
Oooh! Reminds me of the lion’s mouth though.
Again… flawless use of the lens babe!
perhaps just a touch of dodging and burning?
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Absolutely stunning. The title made me giggle, but it was very apt.
Wonderfully spooky picture.
I love stumps and dead trees. They hold so many stories… I have a folder of photos devoted to them.
I have a couple dead stump things I talk to. They look so much like people!
You are multi-talented!
I think of Cheryl Strayed and Wild with the mention of Pacific Crest Trail. Awesome photo.
I’ve been on that trail all alone several times.
Wow! Good on you and I’m impressed.
Thanks, Lol. It’s not that impressive. There’s a lot of trails that connect to Trail 2000 and many wonders to see. I’ve never seen Wild, because I grew up backpacking.
Wow! This is stunning!
After the Balrog, I presume? Thank you for the like. Your photography is stunning.
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