Classic western scene (sepia)

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  1. ccd333

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    On the way up to Beartooth Pass....looking southwest toward Pilot Peak and other high points of the Absaroka Range, near border of Wyoming/Montana.

    Focal length: 28.0mm (35mm equivalent: 42mm)
    Exposure time: 0.0029 s (1/350)
    Aperture: f/22.0
    ISO equiv.: 400

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    Wow I can feel the wide open space. Love the sepia, too. Did Ben Cartwright give you permission to take this shot? (No, wait, the Ponderosa was in Nevada, wasn't it? nevermind!)
     
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    Very nice, would you post the colored version? Please? I love the greens and blues of the high mountains.
     

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