Lone Pine Sunset

Late in the afternoon on a chilly November day the sun peeked out east of the Sierras. Looking up, I could see patches of new snow that the autumn storm had left behind. Once again, I was reminded of the truism of Ansel Adams’s remark that you’ll never capture the storm clearing if you don’t go out in bad weather!

Lone Pine Sunset © Harold Davis

Lone Pine Sunset © Harold Davis

Exposure data: 44mm, four combined exposures at shutter speeds from 1/8 of a second to 1/160 of a second, each exposure at f/9 and ISO 200, tripod mounted; exposures processed and combined in Adobe Camera RAW, Nik HDR Efex Pro, and Photoshop.

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