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Sunset Over Seven Lakes Basin

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Went on an 11 day hike across the Bailey Range in Olympic National Park. Forest fires had Washington and Oregon smoke filled and created some unusual colors and clouds. These clouds seemed to  mimic the sub-alpine fir silhouette. 

 

 

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Capture: Fujifilm X-H1, 1/1000 f/5, iso200

Pixelroom: Luminar 2018


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