A shot from last fall that apparently fell through the cracks. I think this is a decent shot of the famed Maroon Bells. Not as spectacular as some, not as bad as others. It was a bit too early in the season but I worked with what I had.
Another in my effort to learn from capturing iconic locations, aka reverse engineering.
This location is a few miles outside of Marble, Colorado down a Jeep trail. Outside of the photographic aspects, this was a cool place to hang out while I waited for the light to come around. When the front was finally lit, the light was extremely bright and took some work in post to smooth things out.
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