Sibly Pass Sunset

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  1. Jim Dockery

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    I was disappointed to have fire haze obscuring the peaks last night after carrying my camera, tripod, and three lenses up a hot 3000+ ft. elevation gain trail, fighting biting flies the whole way.

    This is a 3 shot pano looking north to Mt. Baker that I managed to process with a lot of work.

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    Wow, that's some cloud pattern. Nice conversion.
     
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    Sounds like a lot of work Jim! It sounds like it was a pain in the butt for you, but the results look good!
     
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    Interesting result given our current NW atmospherics. The haze adds a nice sense of depth to the line of peaks at this particulate level and the sky has a unique look to it.

    Sadly a lot of this next week is going to feature a lot more smoke from California.
     
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    Good stuff!
     
  6. Amy Nelson

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    I think it was well worth it, very nice job!
     
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    Great shot Jim, I love the shapes and contrasts in this one.
     
  8. Jim Dockery

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    Thanks for all the comments. It is a fun challenge to make lemonade out of lemons in post.
     
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    Love all the layers in the mountains, this came out fantastic :)
     

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