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Ridge Without Time

Parallel Universes

Is anyone else into the idea of parallel universes? I’m just sort of taking an informal poll…

Daily Photo – Ridge without Time

This is an unusual photo, isn’t it?

I started processing it, then stopped. It didn’t really require any processing… it just struck me as interesting and unusual. I can’t quite put my finger on it. I do remember being at this spot in Iceland when I took the shot, thinking it was ethereal and wonderful in a strange way.

Ridge without Time

Photo Information

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  • Aperturef/5.6
  • ISO50
  • Focal Length56mm (56mm in 35mm)
  • Flashflash did not fire
  • Exposure Programaperture priority
  • Exposure Bias

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  • susan ratcliff

    Oh wow – this is so beautfiul – so stange to see such a awesome place with no people! :)

  • http://twitter.com/tehoro Neil Gordon

    Yes. In another parallel universe I still thought it was a lovely photo, but didn’t take the time to reply.

  • http://blog.ahles.nl/ Patrick Ahles

    Great view. Indeed, sometimes you have a shot that simply does not need any work. Almost makes you feel like a real photographer! ;)

    Parallel universe? Nah, I’m not even sure what I want to accomplish in this one, let alone if there were more than one…

  • Bob Prangnell

    Yes I consider parallel universes to be one possible explanation for the way the universe works. But I’m also quite intrigued by the idea that we live in a simulated universe, as described by Dr Nick Bostrom
    http://www.simulation-argument.com/

  • http://www.facebook.com/cliff.baise Cliff Baise

    I’m all about it. Let’s further discuss at Burning Man. Do you know where you are camping yet? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38khp3UkWIw

  • http://www.quiettime.org/ Catherine Martin

    Yes, the angles and reflection are so interesting. And it looks like waterfalls from the melting snow. Beautiful.

  • http://photokaz.com/ Mike

    Parallel universe? No, I don’t believe in that.

    As for this photo, I like the composition but it’s not in focus.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kiliff Kevin Iliff

    While I would like concrete proof before I believe in something, it wasn’t that long ago in the grand scheme of things that the earth was flat. MIT has created a camera that captures at a TRILLION frames per second allowing us to actually see light move in a wave, did that seem remotely possible a few years ago? If there is a parallel universe it wouldn’t surprise me to have it proved in my lifetime and a few generations from now they will be able to vacation there.

  • http://deysonortiz.com Deyson

    I am a big fan of Sliders which is on HULU. The show was all about parallel universes. Just thought it may be of interest to you :)

  • Christin McLeod

    Stunning photo! I love the pink reflecting off the snow. What did it look like the opposite direction?

    RE: Parallel universes. I find this a very intriguing notion. I figure we’re silly to presume there’s no such thing. Any time we deny possibilities, we shut the door to new discoveries.

  • Christin McLeod

    The ripples in the water give the appearance that the reflection isn’t in focus.

  • http://photokaz.com/ Mike

    It’s not the reflection I’m talking about. It’s rather obvious that a reflection won’t be in focus. Take a look at the full size image of the mountain:
    http://stuckincustoms.smugmug.com/Portfolio-The-Best/your-favorites/10668747_nxsXfB/2017065197_sRqVV8D/A#!i=2017065197&k=sRqVV8D&lb=1&s=O

    I’m a fan of Trey and his work, but I don’t think this is his best.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Doriesmom Gail Stayton Moshier

    So very beautiful, Trey!!!! I love the reflection in the almost still water. Thanks so much for sharing once again!! Have a great Monday. Getting excited, we leave on our cruise to Alaska early Wednesday morning. I’ll be offline until we return on September 4th.

  • ec lundburgh

    whenever pictures from Hubble capture my vision and my eyes want to ‘just keep traveling into that light’, my mind ponders the concept of parallel universes and the perception of ‘time’ … perhaps the ‘force’ that is our consciousness is a part of that light … perhaps our ‘journey’ is a part of the expanding universe … and why would our species have the capability to ponder beyond the scope of our reality? the call to travel with the light is a powerful one.

    but then the universe smacks me in face and calls me back, as i fumble for the AF button as I attempt to capture the light of my reality.

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    UFO base?

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