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DavidSHoffman November 28, 2017
Thanks to everyone who has liked and commented on this photograph. I may have the opportunity to sell it (less the signature) at a local store. Wish me luck!

Sunset at the Maroon Bells, Aspen, Colorado



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Top Shot Award
Contest Finalist in Lakes And Reflections Photo Contest
Contest Finalist in Spectacular Lakes Photo Contest
Contest Finalist in Covers Photo Contest Vol 43
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Contest Finalist in Social Exposure Photo Contest Vol 11
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Behind The Lens

Location
The Maroon Bells in beautiful Aspen Colorado. A pair of "14ers" nestled between two sweeping pine and aspen tree ridges. At the base is a alpine lake that most often mirrors the panoramic landscape.
Time
The morning shots are typically what everyone goes after. However sunsets are just as beautiful as the sky becomes on fire with the sunset.
Lighting
Mother natures SUN
Equipment
Nikon D500 18-35 Sigma Art Tripod Merged HDR shot
Inspiration
I want my own comparable "Peter Lik" shot of this. ;-)
Editing
Brighten up the pine trees and used LR graduated filter
In my camera bag
I keep two bodies, D7200 and D500. Sigma Lens 18-35 and typically a telephoto (70-200 or 150-600). Extra batteries, memory cards, remote.
Feedback
Get there EARLY and plan to stay LATE. Go back LATE NIGHT (after 10pm) to get a glimpse of the Milyway

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