Moonlight Over the Rockies
What might a full moon at night look like in the Rocky Mountains? I reimagined my image "Range of Light" to find out.
Featured High Peaks:
Left: Longs Peak (elevation 14,259 ft / 4,346 m)
Left-Center: "Keyboard of the Winds" (~13,600 ft / 4,145 m)
Left-Center/Center (partially obscured): Pagoda Mountain (13,497 ft / 4,114 m)
Center-Right (very visible): The Spearhead (12,575 ft / 3,833 m)
Upper Right (mostly obscured): Chiefs Head Peak (13,579 ft / 4,139 m)
Image captured from Bear Lake (9,450 ft / 2,880 m) in early April 2017
Rocky Mountain National Park
The daylight image was made using a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV digital body, a Zeiss Milvus 85mm f/1.4 ZE lens, at f/7.1 for 1/160 second at ISO 100.
The raw image file was processed using Adobe Lightroom, Nik Color Efex Pro 4, and Nik Silver Efex Pro 2.
Copyright © Eric Glaser. All Rights Reserved.
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