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Sunset And Moonrise At Mt. Rainier

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94 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of Mt. Rainier at sunset with the moon; landscape photograph created by Greg Probst in Mt. Rainier National Park

Sunset And Moonrise At Mt. Rainier

94 MEGAPIXEL VAST PHOTO
Mount Rainier National Park, Washington

Mt. Rainier has so many different faces, this one is the northwest face looking to the southeast. The day had started out with some valley fog and some white fluffy cumulus clouds and I was hoping for some evening color when I started the roughly 3 mile hike to this part of the trail. By the time I got to this point the cumulus clouds had all but vanished leaving the low valley fog for character. When I was setting up to start making images a couple walked back down from the ridge and asked if I had seen the two bears? I guess one was on the ridge where they were and the other was foraging along the shoreline of the lake eating wild berries. I used my binoculars to find the one along the lake shore where I had been 20 minutes earlier. The bears I have come across in Mt. Rainier in the Fall have been to busy stuffing themselves to be bothered with people.
If you look to the far right of this image you will see Mt. St. Helens on the horizon which erupted in 1980. Yes, I had to squint to see it too but it's there. Its funny what you"ll see in an image when you look.
The moon rise was a total surprise to me, I had forgotten what day of the month it was and when it rose over the horizon looking like it would arch right over the summit I was stunned to be in the right place at the right time by chance.

Date & TimeSeptember 27, 2020:  6:59pm - 7:00pm
LocationMount Rainier National Park, Washington
Coordinates46.958200, -121.877300
Focal Length28
Aperturef/11
Shutter Speed1/3
ISO64
Number of Exposures5

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Total Pixels94,279,865
Horizontal Pixels15,695
Vertical Pixels6,007
Aspect Ratio2.61 : 1
File Size539 MB
Width @ 300ppi (perfect)4.36 feet
Height @ 300ppi1.67 feet
Width @ 150ppi (near-perfect)8.72 feet
Height @ 150ppi3.34 feet

Date & TimeSeptember 27, 2020:  6:59pm - 7:00pm
LocationMount Rainier National Park, Washington
Coordinates46.958200, -121.877300
Focal Length28
Aperturef/11
Shutter Speed1/3
ISO64
Number of Exposures5

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