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Low sun over Mt. Moran and Jackson Lake, Grand Teton National Park. A
tricky exposure situation- I tried various exposures and this gave the
best compromise between the sky and the ground. Taken on a 1-week
vacation: I set quality to "Normal" rather than the usual "Fine" to
fit as many images as possible on the memory card, but it's hard to
see any compression artifacts. Ruthless culling of images at the end
of each day also helped to make the most of my limited storage space.

6:51 am, September 5th 2002
1/713 sec., f 8.9, ISO 100, focal length 12.7 mm
Rotated, subsampled.