Giewont In colour

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.

Giewont-Lith-colour

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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