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No Rock Left Behind
Photo By Ryan Weaver

  • Title: No Rock Left Behind
  • State/Province/Region: Wyoming
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Shoshone National Forest
  • Nearest Town: Lander
  • Description: After camping a couple of nights away from any body of water with much of a view, I was pleased to set up camp close to this lake. The color was quickly moving, and I tried to keep pace, moving from spot to spot. I knew from earlier in the day I wanted to incorporate these two rocks with some logs bridging the gap. To get closer, I jumped to some rocks off shore and set up there. The final image is an HDR image from three frames bracketed at -2,0,+2.
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Keywords:  ForestsLandscapesLightNatureSun & SkyWater
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