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276 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of rock formations at Park Avenue in Arches National Park at sunset; landscape photograph created by David David at Park Avenue in Arches National Park, Utah.


Park Avenue, Arches National Park, Utah

There are sunsets, and then there are sunsets.

I’ve witnessed a myriad of incredible sunsets in my life, with “witnessed” being the operative word here. Most of the countless numbers of incredible, amazing, gorgeous sunsets I’ve seen have been just that, I saw or witnessed them. But a tiny few were more than just “witnessed” and fall into an entirely different category. These sunsets were very different. They are also hard to explain unless you’ve experienced it for yourself. The best I can say is that you feel a part of the sunset, not just a witness. Saturated, if you will, in the color of the sunset. “Park Avenue Saturated” was one such sunset.

It’s almost an eerie feeling. It would be as if you were wearing, in the case of “Park Avenue Saturated” pink or blush tinted glasses and everything you saw was colored that way. I’ve experienced this phenomenon also in the Arizona desert and on the shores of Northern Lake Michigan.

With regards to the Lake Michigan sunset, everything was as if I was looking through glasses that were tinted turquoise. Everything was dripping turquoise. Maybe another way to explain it is that I felt as if I was wrapped in a turquoise blanket. It was more than just viewing a turquoise sunset; it was being a participant in a turquoise sunset. These tiny few sunsets were an all-consuming, drenching, otherworldly experience.

This VAST Ultra High-Resolution Image tells of that saturation.

Title Origin: Upon entering Arches National Park the first major stop is the Park Avenue and Courthouse Towers viewpoint. This image was produced in that general area. The title “Park Avenue Saturated” reflects the unbelievable saturation of color that took place not only in the sky, but on everything the light touched. This was one of those instances as a photographer where it was difficult to stay focused on the task at hand. I simply wanted to stand there and take it all in.

While words can’t describe what it’s like witnessing a sunset of this nature, this VAST Ultra High-Resolution Image replicates the experience quite well.

I invite you to immerse and saturate yourself!

Thanks ... and thanks again,

David David

Life Is An Adventure!

Date & Time2015:  
LocationPark Avenue, Arches National Park, Utah
Coordinates38.627396, -109.591838
Focal Length300mm
Shutter Speed1/125
Number of Exposures66
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Total Pixels276,210,000
Horizontal Pixels27,900
Vertical Pixels9,900
Aspect Ratio2.82 : 1
File Size1,578 MB
Width @ 300ppi (perfect)7.75 feet
Height @ 300ppi2.75 feet
Width @ 150ppi (near-perfect)15.5 feet
Height @ 150ppi5.5 feet

Date & Time2015:  
LocationPark Avenue, Arches National Park, Utah
Coordinates38.627396, -109.591838
Focal Length300mm
Shutter Speed1/125
Number of Exposures66

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