I posted a toned black and white version of Giewont last week on aperture speaks. This is a different shot taken at the same time, this time toned in colour.
Giewont is a mountain massif in the Tatra Mountains and contains three peaks; Small Giewont (1,728m), Great Giewont (1,895m) and Long Giewont (1,867). On Great Giewont there is a 15m steel cross that is the site of many religious pilgrimages. The area though is notorious for being dangerous during thunderstorms.
In Polish folklore Giewont is associated with a legend about oversleeping knights, who will awake when Poland is in danger.
Processed in Camera Raw and toned in Colour efex. The cross on Great Giewont was burned it to be more prominent.
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