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Rolling Hills Of Wheat II

408 MEGAPIXELS
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408 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a dirt road going through a wheat field; landscape photograph created by Greg Probst in Palouse, Washington

Rolling Hills Of Wheat II

408 MEGAPIXEL VAST PHOTO
Palouse, Washington

This is a slight variation to the other image in this series.

This is an iconic "Summer" road in the Palouse. It's only drivable in the Summer. During the Fall and Winter it's a soft muddy mess to drive on, AAA will not come and tow you if you get stuck. This road goes for miles, up and over ridges and finally intersects with another dirt road which does the same thing. It's narrow and if you come head to head with another car you both have to get skinny and inch into the wheat. If you come up against a combine you have to back up, maybe a mile or so until you can find a pull out. Photographing in the Palouse is always an adventure, you will commonly come away sweaty and dirty and with a smile on your face.

Date & TimeJuly 13, 2020:  7:50pm - 7:52pm
LocationPalouse, Washington
Coordinates46.909726, -117.076741
Focal Length135
Aperturef/16
Shutter Speed1/40
ISO100
Number of Exposures24

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Acrylic glass display

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Total Pixels407,757,448
Horizontal Pixels32,836
Vertical Pixels12,418
Aspect Ratio2.64 : 1
File Size2,330 MB
Width @ 300ppi (perfect)9.12 feet
Height @ 300ppi3.45 feet
Width @ 150ppi (near-perfect)18.24 feet
Height @ 150ppi6.9 feet

Date & TimeJuly 13, 2020:  7:50pm - 7:52pm
LocationPalouse, Washington
Coordinates46.909726, -117.076741
Focal Length135
Aperturef/16
Shutter Speed1/40
ISO100
Number of Exposures24

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