One of the more interesting things about Galen Rowell, to me, was the fact that he was a climber and could photograph the landscape from places that were hard to get to and show things that most people don't get to see, which is one of the most basic possibilities of photography. I'm a bit ambivalent about the supersaturated look, and when I've seen his prints I think he could have done more with a larger format (which he could have done with a lightweight MF or LF kit, and as he did later in his career with 6x17), but he still had a fine sense of composition, color, and light.