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Create a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer and bring the Saturation values down to -60:
Make a Color Balance adjustment layer to give the mountains some green.
Add a Curves adjustment layer to decrease the visibility of the mountains.
Open the mountain 2 image and place it in the right of the foreground. Add a mask to this layer to remove background, leaving the mountains and the plant around it visible only.
Make a new layer and use a small soft brush with the color #606b5c to paint on the front of the mountain to reduce the light on it. Change this layer mode to Multiply 25%.
Create a new layer and use a soft brush with the color #d2ccab to paint on the shadow areas of the mountain. Alter the layer mode to Soft Light 30% and use a layer mask to reduce the effect on some details.
Add a new layer, change the mode to Overlay 100% and fill with 50% gray. Use the Dodge and Burn Tool to refine the light and shadow on the mountain.
Make a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer and bring the Yellows values up to +12:
Create a Color Balance Balance and alter the Midtones settings:
Add a Curves adjustment layer to increase the contrast of the mountain and the environment around it.
Make a Brightness/Contrast adjustment layer and bring the Brightness values to +35. On this layer mask, paint on some bright details of the mountain to reduce the light there.
Open the landscape 4 image and use the Lasso Tool to select the midground and foreground to add to the left of the main document. Convert this layer to a Smart Object.
Add a mask to this layer to remove the hard edges to blend it with the existing ground.
Go to Filter > Sharpen > Unsharp Mask and fill in the following settings to make this part sharper.
Create a new layer (set as Clipping Mask), change the mode to Overlay 100% and fill with 50% gray. Use the Dodge and Burn Tool to paint more details, light and shadow for this part.
Duplicate this layer and move it to the right of the foreground. Flip it horizontally (Edit > Transform > Flip Horizontal) and use a layer mask to blend it with the foreground besides the mountains 2.