I don’t know exactly why this happens, but my photos of the mountains which are many many miles away won’t clean up and look a bit sharper. Perhaps it’s the lacking 200mm lens.
A 600mm lens would be fantastic. Or, this is plain old operator error which I am not embarrassed to say. There is some fresh snow on top of Gass Peak today.
25 thoughts on “Fuzzy Mountain Photos”
Really these mountains are so beautiful… Fascinating me always. And sure you capture them so beautifully too. Thank you dear John, have a nice day, Love, nia
Fuzzy or not, these pictures still look fantastic
These photos are so amazing. Thanks Anita
Wonderful that you live so close to the mountains!
I agree, Susan! The valley is mostly surrounded by mountains, they make great navigation markers too. Tough to get lost here! You can also use the Stratosphere Tower since it’s about 1000 feet tall.
The blurry factor seems kind of cool looking to me! I’d love to see the mountains some day.
Thank you, Shelley! 😊 Mountains are beautiful. 👍🏻
Yes, they are!!
Stop on down, I can be your driver! 😂
And tour guide?! 😁
Sure but don’t ask me to go to the Strip! Too many crazy people and parking is a pain. 😂
Deal! I’ve never had an interest in going there!
Really? That’s what my sister said the other day on the phone. She is visiting next month and has seen the Strip a couple of times before and doesn’t want to go either.
We will be outside of the city checking the desert out instead which she hasn’t seen. Everything is just more expensive on the Strip anyway so it’s good that you would skip it, Shelley!
Yeah, there are so many pictures available to see what happens there, and my oldest went there and said it wasn’t worth all the hype. I have some friends that have a second home in Vegas and they never talk about going to the Strip.
I’d love to see the desert and the mountains too!! Enjoy your time with your sister!!!
I think they look great and very atmospheric.
Thanks very much, Eugenia! ❤️☺️
Most welcome, John!
I guess the different atmospheric conditions and the amount of moisture bounces the light waves about from up there. Your images are lovely, maybe there’s a way to capture the fuzziness that you are happy with.
I like your thinking, thanks! ☺️
What is the Mountain called that has the letters B and G on it? I think. Do you know the meaning behind it?
Sorry, I don’t follow you, B and G?
If I see it again and am able, I will take a picture. The Mountain actually has the letters on it.
Love the photos, especially the first shot!🙂
Thanks so much! And, thanks for stopping by my humble domain. ❤️