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Snowy Day on Tokul Creek

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Tokul Creek, Snoqualmie, Washington

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265 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of a winter forest with snow covered branches and a creek; fine art black & white nature photograph created by Scott Rinckenberger in Tokul Creek, Snoqualmie, Washington

Snowy Day on Tokul Creek

265 MEGAPIXEL VAST PHOTO
Tokul Creek, Snoqualmie, Washington

In 1911, the Milwaukee Railroad company built a technical marvel. A timber railroad trestle over 400 feet across and nearly 100 feet high, spanning the restless waters of Tokul Creek below. Now part of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail, a bicycle and pedestrian trail, it's still a wonder to lean over the edge and watch the waters rush below.

After first photographing this scene on an early spring day when green tones were beginning to frame the waterway, I've returned at various times of year to see the changes to the creek as the waters rise and fall with the weather, and to see the changes to the view as leaves fill in and block out much of the window to the stream.

On this winter's day in early February, I relished in the beautiful continuity of tones as the contrasting whitewater and darkened depths of the pools mirrored the highlighted forms of the trees, while the forest floor held pockets of darkness.

Explore the full Snow Studies series here.

Date & TimeFebruary 4, 2019:  1pm
LocationTokul Creek, Snoqualmie, Washington
Coordinates47.557000, -121.824600
Focal Length112mm
Aperturef/32
Shutter Speed1/2 sec
ISO100
Number of Exposures18

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Total Pixels265,381,552
Horizontal Pixels13,301
Vertical Pixels19,952
Aspect Ratio0.67 : 1
File Size1,516 MB
Width @ 300ppi (perfect)3.69 feet
Height @ 300ppi5.54 feet
Width @ 150ppi (near-perfect)7.39 feet
Height @ 150ppi11.08 feet

Date & TimeFebruary 4, 2019:  1pm
LocationTokul Creek, Snoqualmie, Washington
Coordinates47.557000, -121.824600
Focal Length112mm
Aperturef/32
Shutter Speed1/2 sec
ISO100
Number of Exposures18

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