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Day 327: Sunrise on the Front Range!

I am off to Monterey, Kali-forn-eye-aye, for three weeks to work.  Far too early to get up, but it was a nice flight.  The photos are through the airliner windows, so they are not the best my little Nikon can take, but pretty nice, none the less!

Here is the Sunrise as we approach the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains!

(1.6s f/4.0 ISO400 16.3mm (35mm eq:76mm) -1.3 stops P7100)

(1/2s f/2.8 ISO400 6mm (35mm eq:28mm) -1.3 stops P7100)

This is the Chinese Wall in the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area.  We used to hike along the bottom with Mom when she ran Backpacking With Barrow.  It looks small, but the cliff face averages over a thousand feet high, and it is 40 miles long (according to Wikipedia…we thought it was 20 miles…), and if you look in the upper right corner, the Wall continues, looking like a scalloped set of scissors had cut it like the edge of a piece of fabric.

(0.8s f/4.0 ISO400 16.3mm (35mm eq:76mm) -1.3 stops P7100)

~Curtis over /\/\onTana! {!-{>