A view of the Matterhorn mountain in Switzerland, 9.11.18. Nikon D90 with 18-100 mm lens. Prints available for sale here.
Mountains in Zermatt, Switzerland. Photo taken 9.11.18 with a Nikon D90, 18-100 mm lens. Prints are available for sale here.
A glacial lake and surrounding mountains in Zermatt, Switzerland. Photo taken 9.11.18 with a Nikon D90, 18-100 mm lens. Prints available here.
Glacial formations and surrounding Alpine Mountains in Zermattt, Switzerland. Nikon D90 18-200 mm lens. Prints available here.
A glacial lake as viewed from Gornergrat Observatory in Zermatt, Switzerland. Photo by Stevyn Llewellyn. Prints available for sale here.
Breithorn Mountain, photo by Stevyn Llewellyn, 2018. Nikon D90. 18-200 mm lens. Prints available for sale here.
ABOUT THE ART
An original painting by Stevyn Llewellyn, depicting Mount Hood at night. Acrylic and gel on stretched canvas. Original size 12” x 9”. Currently on exhibition. The mountains at night are purely magical when the sky is filled with stars. This was painted while camping in the Mount Hood national forest, and completed in 2015. Prints are available for purchase here.
The original is currently showing at the Urban Retreat Salon and Spa in Washington.
A photo taken of a cairn overlooking an incoming storm from the summit of The Mount of The Holy Cross, one of the fourteeners in the Sawatch Range of the Rocky Mountains of North America, located in Colorado. 14,011-foot (4,271 m) This was taken after hiking for two days to this location. Photography by Stevyn Llewellyn, using a Nikon D90.
Mount of the Holy Cross is a mountain summit in the northern Sawatch Range of the Rocky Mountains of North America. The 14,011-foot (4,271 m) fourteener is located in the Holy Cross Wilderness of White River National Forest, near the town of Red Cliff in Eagle County, Colorado, United States. The summit of Mount of the Holy Cross is the highest point in Eagle County and the northern Sawatch Range. It took us two days to reach the summit, and were rewarded with spectacular views. This is the Bowl of Tears, a glacial lake directly under the east face of the peak. Photo by Stevyn Llewellyn