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kThurner

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Those shots are just brilliant Kevin, thanks for sharing. You clearly spend a lot of time chasing the right light.

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Another thumbs up for some great work. I may contact you about some prints.

 

That picture of Ginger sitting next to your pack brought tears to my eyes. She reminds me of my golden that I lost last year at the ripe old age of 13.

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AWESOME!!! If anyone wasn't a NCascade enthusiast, this should sway their opinion!!

Thanks stoking up my monotonous Friday afternoon. :tup::tup:

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Very nice work. If your not a pro you should be. Many of your shots would be poster material. Thanks for the link

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One photographer to another, these are quite beautiful.I assume you're shooting digital? I shoot an old olympus OmG and print everything by hand in black and white (I'm old school), so I have to say that I really appreciate that in your black and white images the blacks are actually black, and the highlights aren't blown out. I'll probably PM you about a print, too. Beautifully composed, beautifully lit shots - beautiful subject matter :)

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Interesting how this thread revived after my link?

 

I found out a bit about Mr Thurner since I saw his photos. He is a very dedicated 'gragher with a penchant for summit bivies.It is unbelievable that he captured Fury so well-from Despair!

It is a cool thing to bring art to our little hobby!

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For those interested, I’ve recently made an addition of 60 new images to the site.

 

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Thanks again for all of your comments. Special thanks to those who have seen fit to post additional links and commentary elsewhere on the web. I very much appreciate this.

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