A shy sunray pierced through the clouds and fog
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jrp

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Maroon Bells
Aspen, Colorado
· Date: Sun 7-October-2018 · Views: 348 · Filesize: 121.8kb, 535.9kb · Dimensions: 1200 x 800 ·
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Camera: Nikon D850
Lens & Filters: 28-70mm f/2.8D AF-S
Location: Aspen, Colorado
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bgs

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Mon 08-October-2018 11:48

Beautiful capture! Love the orange.
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Mon 08-October-2018 03:41

Thank you, partner
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Mon 08-October-2018 06:33

Beautiful.
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Tue 09-October-2018 10:54

Love it! As the Bells were not cooperating themselves (light and composition), it was a brilliant move to turn and nail this shot behind us!
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Tue 09-October-2018 02:33

Thank you Gary.
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Tue 09-October-2018 02:34

Thank you, Mike.
It was the animated chirping of three ladies that made me turn that way :-)
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Fri 02-November-2018 04:35

What a beautiful Patch of Light Jrp. A perfect Autumn shot..well done Smile
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Fri 02-November-2018 06:58

Beautiful image.
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Fri 02-November-2018 10:19

Fantastic!
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Fri 02-November-2018 10:32

Skilled capture, very impactful.
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Fri 02-November-2018 11:16

Lovely lighting and colors . Superb capture. Congratulations! Gavin
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Fri 02-November-2018 12:13

The sun peeking through a tiny hole has two ends. This is the ground side, in a beautiful photo. For aviators, the other side is called the "sucker hole." When you decide to fly up through it to get above the clouds, someone else may be coming down to head to the ground!
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Fri 02-November-2018 04:21

Thank you all. Lucky moment ;-)